Taiwan Biophotonic Co. Introducing the Industry’s First Reflective Optical Sensor for Fingerless Wrist-Worn Pulse Oximeter

Taiwan Biophotonic Co., a leading provider of non-invasive vital signs sensing solutions, today announced the release of its DOE reflective sensor for fingerless wrist-worn pulse oximeters, which makes a quantum leap forward in the wearable healthcare and medical devices. Continue reading “Taiwan Biophotonic Co. Introducing the Industry’s First Reflective Optical Sensor for Fingerless Wrist-Worn Pulse Oximeter”

Launch of New Sensor Device on Hudson River Set to “Wire” River for Cleaner Water

In the race to find solutions to critical water issues, the launch of a new cost-effective water quality sensor device by Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries|Clarkson University is the first step in overcoming hurdles of historically prohibitive costs for long-term water resource monitoring. Continue reading “Launch of New Sensor Device on Hudson River Set to “Wire” River for Cleaner Water”

The miniature radio that could link the Internet of Things

A new miniature radio developed by engineers at Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley sets new standards for compact communication — it’s smaller than an ant, is inexpensive to make, and doesn’t require a battery. It could help another wave of devices connect up to the IoT and beam data back to the Web. Continue reading “The miniature radio that could link the Internet of Things”