Hearables at the IDTechEx Show!
The ear has long been touted as an excellent place for technology to exist on the body. Over 5 years of gradually gaining momentum, the topic of "hearables" is finally being recognized more widely for the excellent opportunity which it presents.
Apple Inc. are developing lidar technology.
IDTechEx spoke to Thomas Farnoux, Business Development Manager at Actronika at their booth at AWE EU 2019. We discussed their latest products and development in the haptics space.
Wearable for sports injury prevention
These wearable sensors are first of their kind, using artificial intelligence and the athlete's biodata to build a customized training prep and recovery routine to prevent sports injury associated with repetitive use.
Camera technology for autonomous mobility (part I)
In this article series we explore various trends in camera hardware technology, primarily focusing on trends that relate to autonomous driving.
Baraja offer modular lidar systems that contain a central engine connected to one or more peripheral beam steering units. IDTechEx interviewed Mr Nick Langdale-Smith in July 2019. Langdale-Smith is the VP of Business Development at Baraja, and he is based in USA.
3D printing Californian start-up Origin are disrupting the industry with their Open Additive Production platform using Programmable Photopolymerization (P³) technology. IDTechEx Technology Analyst Dr Bryony Core investigates this new technology and the exciting range of materials being developed by Origin's partners.
The future of wearables is medical (Part 1)
IDTechEx's most recent report on the industry includes historic data and 10 year market forecasts for 48 different wearable technology product types, of which 20 are types of wearable medical device. These include more traditional medical products such as hearing aids, cardiac devices (e.g. Holter monitors or event monitors) and insulin pumps, but also newer devices such as continuous glucose monitors (CGM) for diabetics, other new electronic skin patches, and other emerging wearable medical device prospects. These products increased their combined annual revenue by $10bn a year in the period from 2010 to 2019, and make up around a third of all of the wearable device revenue in 2019.
Wireless wearables powered by human skin
This scientist's vision is to invent devices that not only operate without batteries but take the concept of battery-less wearables one step further. In his mind's eye, the next generation of wearables will transfer power between wireless sensors using a far more efficient conductor - human skin.
Magic Leap - Health and Fitness Business Unit
IDTechEx interviewed Jennifer Esposito, Vice President and General Manager of the Health and Fitness Business Unit at Magic Leap. We discussed their efforts and objectives in the healthcare space.
Personal digital devices identify mild cognitive impairment
Initial results from a feasibility study conducted by Eli Lilly and Company, Evidation Health and Apple Inc showed that an iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad and the Beddit sleep monitoring device, in combination with digital apps may be able to differentiate people with mild cognitive impairment and mild Alzheimer's disease dementia.
IDTechEx spoke to Dr Anil Singhal, Vice President of Worldwide Operations at iSchemaView. This company's technology, RAPID, is a stroke detection platform which delivers software tools for diagnosing and treating this condition.
IDTechEx spoke to Matthieu Letombe, CEO of Withings. It is a health accessory company committed to developing the next generation of smart health solutions.
IDTechEx Research releases definitive report on Wearable Technology
IDTechEx, leading market and technology research firm, have released their most comprehensive report covering the wearable technology industry. "Wearable Technology Forecasts 2019-2029" includes historic market data back to 2010 and 10-year market forecasts for 48 different types of wearable electronic product. It includes dedicated and detailed chapters covering each of the key product areas within this diverse space, including smartwatches and fitness trackers, AR, VR & MR, electronic skin patches, smart clothing, hearables (including headphones and hearing aids) and more.
Aeva offer lidar modules that contain a camera and motion sensor.
MG launches family friendly electric car
MG Motor UK announces its entry into the zero-emissions vehicle market with a family friendly electric car. The MG ZS EV has been designed to bring EV technology to a wider audience represents a new chapter in the MG story.
Laser diodes: How smartphones and self-driving cars see the world
Tiny infrared lasers offer 3D sensing functionality for consumer electronics like smartphones and robots like self-driving cars. In this article, the technology consulting firm IDTechEx demonstrate how advances in laser technology and decreases in laser price enable novel applications in optical sensing.
Vicon reveals comprehensive inertial tracking system
Using the new sensor, anyone from athletes in the field to researchers in the lab can record performance data and process it through one of three software platforms.
Remote Patient Monitoring
The latest IDTechEx Research report "Remote Patient Monitoring 2019-2029" covers trends, opportunities and outlook for the use of wearables and connected medical devices in the monitoring of patients outside of traditional clinical settings.