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Wearables may be accurate enough to save lives

Just two years ago I was at a conference discussing the value of wearable as medical devices. The general mood among practitioners was that their accuracy was too low and too dependent on the way they were used to take the data generated into any consideration. The situation, however, seems …

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Wearable ultrasound sensor

Just yesterday I was discussing at a University of Trento master course  how technology evolution is leading to disruptions in several areas. One of the areas I mentioned was health care. In this area the sequencing of the genome is going to become a standard procedure for newborns in the …

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Getting 5G in your sweater

5G is going to be a sort of umbrella connecting a variety of things using different frequencies and different protocols. IoT will be part of the 5G “ecosystems” and the evolution of materials and production processes promises to extend the range of objects that can be IoT, by embedding electronics, …

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Wearable patch monitoring your health

An article published on Nature Communications by researchers at Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST) in South Korea reports on the successful development of a patch that can be worn on the skin containing a variety of sensors. This result is leveraging on a study to create soft electronic …

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