Wearable Technology

Wearable Technology

smart city. image by pixabay

As part of tomorrow's city planning, smart cities will utilize both information and communication technologies as well as Internet of Things (IoT) solutions in...

Researchers have found a way to harvest electricity from radio waves. From microwave ovens to Wi-Fi connections, the radio waves that permeate the environment...
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As body-worn cameras (BWC) become more and more prevalent in the public safety sector, there has been a steady migration of these devices to...
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New military uniform nanocoatings can add fire and UV-light protection and chemical recognition capabilities to uniforms. In a NATO-funded research, Jaime Grunlan, from the...
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The live training environment will be replaced with virtuals. The US Army wishes to trade the decades-old Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System, or MILES,...
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Development of fully 3D printed OLEDs can potentially be used for applications in soft electronics and wearable devices. In a groundbreaking new study, researchers...
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This new wearable piece of technology allows deaf people and people with hearing loss to understand spoken conversation. "The ‘first of its kind’ smart...

Blind and deaf people often find themselves at a disadvantage with other communities. They often struggle to engage socially with the world and further...
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Cerebral palsy, strokes, traumatic brain and spine injuries, all of these are examples of conditions that may affect mobility and the way in which...
Quantum. Image by Pixabay

A new generation of tiny, high-performance atomic clocks will be developed within the framework of a multi-year contract signed by the French companies 'Thales'...
Team of soldiers engaged in operation rescue, photo by Swarm Robotics

At the same time that the modern battlefield is being extensively digitized, the world's armies are investing heavily in the equipment of their soldiers...
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Our lives are becoming more and more robotic as more businesses, organizations, and sectors seek new ways to increase productivity. Covid has had a...
Communications photo illus. by Pixabay

The world’s smallest Iridium antenna will provide new capabilities to mobile handsets, wearable trackers, and personal safety devices as well as for vehicles, marine...
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Controversy over the fate of an advanced headset project for the US Army, combining high-resolution night, thermal, and soldier-borne sensors. While a report by Business...
Photo illus. Vigilant Guard 2015, South Carolina

Heat stroke or heat exhaustion injuries pose a significant health threat to soldiers, and young or inexperienced recruits are especially vulnerable. Hundreds of US...
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Rotorcraft aircrews face numerous demands, particularly when flying in close proximity to buildings, terrain, people and from the threat of adversary RADAR systems. Today,...
coronavirus

Face masks that cover the mouth and nose to prevent COVID-19 contamination could soon become a lot more useful for the wearer. Researchers are...
Photo illust US Army

Military equipment can be the subject of enemy electronic attacks, potentially resulting in a loss of location awareness that can put Army missions at...
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With the goal to equip its armed forces with emerging and disruptive technologies, the Latvian MoD will invest some $1.4 million in three innovative...
flexible electronics

Wearable devices need power. Wearable electronics are a big market and stretchable batteries are essential to their development. University of British Columbia researchers have...

Wearable technology promises to make significant changes to how soldiers report information. Today, units in the field must call in everything, filing verbal reports...
monitoring

Accurate, proactive monitoring has long been recognized as key to preventing injury and mortality in personnel exposed to a wide range of harmful conditions...