It’s called YouCare and is the new remote health monitoring service, based on a revolutionary new wearable technology, totally textile, washable and easy to use. This innovation, totally made in Italy, is able to detect a large number of bio-vital parameters of the individual and transmit them, in an intelligent way, thanks to 5G.Continue reading
Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, today launched an innovative digital exhibition under the theme ‘Pioneering Energy-efficient Infrastructure Technologies’ to unveil new smart and energy-efficient solutions for 5G and IoT edge computing, e-mobility, as well as smart manufacturing. These include the SmartNode modularised data centre solution for fast and flexible implementation of energy-efficient edge computing data centres; the UFC200 Ultra Fast EV charger, a 200kW system especially for charging point operators and fleet managers; and Delta’s DIAStudio Smart Machine Suite, a digital platform that enables efficient machine development and configuration. Read more
SOURCE:China Central Television (CCTV) – Vending machines in Japan have become increasingly intelligent – thanks to new technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT), which allow people to enter a new world of smart and personalized shopping experiences.
The latest wearable technology for pets promises to help owners understand the emotions of their animals, as Jim Drury reports. Continue reading
Wearables are all the rage these days, and now there’s one that promises to turn most of us into responsible alcoholics.
UK students have devised a three-in-one garment that quickly transforms from a jacket to a sleeping bag to a tent. They want their ‘wearable shelters’ to be distributed among refugees arriving in Europe.
Doppel is a new breed of wearable device, one that its developers say can actually change the wearer’s mood by delivering a tactile beat to their wrist. Matthew Stock reports.
SUWON, SOUTH KOREA (REUTERS/SUNGYUNGKWAN UNIVERSITY)- Wearable technology is said to be the future.
But how to keep devices charged could be a problem.
Now South Korean researchers say they have a solution – a ‘smart’ fabric that generates electricity.
Xelflex is wearable technology that its inventor believes combines science with fashion. Using thread-like fibre-optic sensors stitched directly in the garment, athletic clothing using Xelflex technology aims to provide intelligent information to sports enthusiasts and improve their technique.