Health drives M2M in the USA, according to Jürgen Hase, Vice President of M2M Competence Center at Deutsche Telekom and Chairman of the M2M Alliance gives us his 2013 M2M predictions.
In order to meet the demands of entrepreneurs, designers and artists wishing to create ever more complex and high-tech products using 3DP technology, there is a move towards the incorporation of functional elements such as electronic sensors into 3D printed … Continued
Systems to improve patient rehabilitation, methods that help detect diseases, and smart biomaterials for optimising treatments—scientific advances in the field of biomedical engineering are unstoppable.
Wearable medical technology is becoming a hot commodity. As these devices come to market, they have the potential to help both patients and clinicians monitor vital signs and symptoms.
The impact indicator, which was developed through the collaboration of Reebok’s Advanced Concepts group and award winning electronics company MC10, is designed to direct athletes on a pathway to assessment to determine if medical treatment or rest is needed before … Continued
announcing a deal with U.S. packaging giant Bemis to create a printed electronics system for consumer product, healthcare and food companies who want to tag, track and collect information wirelessly about the products they ship.
Board-level and embedded PC company Advantech is aiming to dominate the Internet of Things with embedded devices and management software in a shift of strategy.
Wahoo Fitness is announcing the word’s first commercially available Bluetooth low energy bike speed and cadence monitor called the ‘Wahoo Blue SC’ that employs the Nordic µBlue™ nRF8001.
First ISO/IEC wireless standard optimized for solutions with ultra-low power consumption and energy harvesting
Libelium, a supplier of wireless sensor nodes, has produced a list of more than 50 sensor applications that will help drive the Internet of Things (IoT) and wireless sensor networks (WSNs).