4 May 2023
Back to the Futuristic: 3 Innovative Wearable Technologies Coming Soon
Consumer technology available today is impressive but still not as cool as promised by many classic sci-fi movies. Our dreams of hoverboards and holograms have been replaced by stagnating smartphone designs and doom-scrolling. Yet things look set to change.
28 Nov 2022
IDTechEx Discusses Three Applications for Electronic Skin Patches
The world of healthcare is undergoing significant change. The stress test of the pandemic, a growing global population, and increasing chronic disease prevalence is pushing care to be more efficient and robust.
5 Oct 2021
Market Growth for General Patient Monitoring Devices
In medicine, as well as in the healthcare and medical device industries, different conditions, specialisms, products, and companies alike are often organized around specific therapeutic areas. Whilst this is an excellent and efficient way to enable adequate specialization, there are also cases where a more general approach to patient monitoring is required.
28 Sep 2021
IDTechEx interviewed Venk Varadan, Co-Founder and CEO of Nanowear. They are developing a new type of nanotechnology-based sensing material in textile, with applications in AI-based remote diagnostics applications.
16 Aug 2021
At Cardio Wearables 2021, Dr Rohan Sonawane, Sr Medical Affairs Program Manager, presented Medronic's product offerings in the cardiac rhythm space, focusing on their Reveal LINQ™ implantable cardiac monitor.
22 Jan 2020
Finalists Announced for 2019 R&D 100 Awards
Finalists for the venerable R&D 100 Awards have been announced by R&D World magazine and its new parent company, WTWH Media, LLC.
4 Oct 2019
Healthcare Developments at IDTechEx Healthcare Sensor Innovations 2019
Healthcare Sensor Innovations, a brand-new event hosted by IDTechEx, opened to a packed audience in Cambridge, UK, last week. The event focused on the use of wearables and sensors in enabling the point-of-care diagnostics and continuous monitoring of individuals for health and wellness.
24 Sep 2019
Healthcare Meets Electronics: Event Assesses the Opportunities
Registrations for the inaugural Healthcare Sensors Innovation event in Cambridge on 25-26 September is exceeding all expectations and nears venue capacity. The event is successfully bringing together the linchpins of the healthcare industry with the electronics industry to explore the opportunity in two specific areas: point of care diagnostics and continuous monitoring.
24 Sep 2019
The future of medical is wearables? (Part 2)
This is the second of a two part series exploring wearable medical devices. In part 1, IDTechEx discussed trends indicating that "the future of wearable is medical". In part 2, we explore the question in reverse, asking to what extent "the future of wearables is medical."
13 Sep 2019
IDTechEx spoke with Boston Scientific, which was displaying a number of its products, most notably ablation catheters for the treatment of cardiac rhythm disorders.
2 Aug 2019
IDTechEx Research Forecasts $19.7 Billion Market for Medical Wearables
IDTechEx, expert providers of market intelligence in emerging technologies, have forecast the medical wearables market to be worth $19.7 billion by the year 2024 in their latest research. This market will be driven by the demand for continuous health monitoring and point-of-care diagnostics for the management of chronic diseases.
5 Jul 2019
IDTechEx Launches New Healthcare Sensor Innovations Conference
Healthcare Sensor Innovations 2019 is a conference and exhibition focusing on the technologies and applications of medical wearables and sensors. Curated by IDTechEx analysts, the two-day conference will consist of over 30 speakers from companies developing or utilising wearables and sensors in healthcare.
28 Jun 2019
IDTechEx spoke to Dr Jean-Marc Peyrat, CEO and co-founder of inHEART. This company develops medical imaging processing and visualisation tools for the treatment of cardiac rhythm disorders.
21 Mar 2019
Bioelectronic Medicine - A Drug-Free Solution to Chronic Diseases
In 2018, bioelectronic medicine was named by the World Economic Forum as one of ten top technologies to change medical treatment.