US-based eHealth startup, iBeat, is developing wearable technology that can detect if the wearer is having a heart attack.
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Scientists at the North Carolina State University are developing a new wearable system, known as the HET device, to help asthmatics avoid asthma attacks.
Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a flexible wearable that can monitor both biochemical and electrical signals.
A new wearable called HeadScan will allow doctors to gather complete data about their patient’s eating, drinking, coughing and speaking habits.
Researchers in Japan have created a luminescent, ultrathin electronic skin that can measure blood oxygen levels & monitor heart rate when stuck to the body.
Korean researchers have created a wearable patch that allows diabetic patients to accurately monitor their blood sugar levels using human sweat.
LifeQ and ADI are developing technology that will make it possible for non-invasive body monitoring devices to provide highly accurate physiological data.
Samsung Australia has unveiled a prototype for a connected headband that helps athletes monitor their risk for concussions, called brainBand.
Massachusetts-based computing company, Empatica, has created a seizure-tracking wristband called Embrace.
Car manufacturer Toyota is developing a wearable mobility device that will enable the visually impaired to navigate indoor spaces more easily.
New wearable technology is being developed at the University of Southampton in the UK to help stroke survivors recover use of their arm and hand.