Keyword: wearable sensors
Stanford University engineers have developed a way to detect physiological signals emanating from the skin, using stick-on sensors that beam wireless readings to a receiver clipped onto clothing.
Maxim Integrated focuses on smaller size and lower power in new health and fitness sensors.
Conductive textiles can be incorporated into clothing, allowing multiple wearable sensors to be interconnected with a low power system that is reliable and secure.
Research aims to develop diagnostic tools that work in a wide variety of environments, from a doctor’s office to the battlefield.
The disposable sensor is especially useful for monitoring babies and other patients who can't report their own symptoms.
New digital heart sensor is small and comfortable for patients, allowing long-term monitoring outside a medical facility.
Accessible point-of-care devices could transform both agriculture and medicine.
Device manufacturers have many welding and bonding technologies to choose from.
Wearable blood pressure device will integrate with analytics platform to indicate a potential health risk.
Programming robots to pick parts at random is one of the most challenging automation tasks.