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technologies can be tailored to branded user applications anywhere from ‘thing-to-cloud’.
Their mission is to provide wearable sensing technology and white-label products to previously untapped sports, leisure,... more
tradition in research and development of diagnostic applications of visual evoked potentials (visual evoked potentials - VEPs) and cognitive potentials.
Recently, the university have developed a novel low-cost 4-channel wearable... more
wearable wearable devices if both are present on the body.
The activity monitoring consists of activity recognition and estimation of energy expenditure. It is done using machine-learning... more
expertise and develop additional capabilities in the area of wearable technology. The SME has worked on a variety of materials for different applications and is looking to expand its knowledge base. They are especially... more
small and portable – and increasingly wearable. With its combination of performance, silent operation and size, this disc pump is enabling manufacturers to respond to this trend with smaller, lighter, quieter... more
the Slovenian institution for research in sciences and technology. They are specialized in the development of proprietary methods and algorithms for analysing wearable sensor data used mainly in health domain,... more
is looking for R&D project partners able to miniaturise existing prototype to be easy wearable (like glasses) for personal all-day use, transmitting data to smartphone for evaluation and decision making for feedback... more
Computer science experts from a Slovenian research organisation specialize in development of proprietary methods and algorithms for analysing wearable sensor data, used in different fields, but mainly in medical... more
such as skin sensors (see the Pictures). Such circuits have been trialled as both wearable and implantable.
From a technology perspective, the limits have been pushed. High resolution, down to 50 nm, has been... more
not yet possible. The UK company, based in London has developed a clinical health infant monitoring ecosystem. The ecosystem encloses a wearable device to capture clinical signs, a bespoke software to analyse... more
temperature processes, are scalable and environmentally friendly. Many working prototypes for IoT applications were realized by the Innovation Center: electronic keys, smart cards, wearable NFC fabric bracelets,... more
products and applications:
Wearable smart devices, touch secure switches (like activating door buttons with admission control in hotels or lockers in offices etc.), intrabody communication between multiple devices... more
homes, traffic control, wearable technologies, etc.
The researchers are looking for companies acquiring the technology through licensing agreement for its implementation in their products. The research group... more
, and companies connected with end users (parents) under license agreement or commercial agreement with technical assistance. The cooperation would be realised through manufacturing or supplying key components and joint presence on the market... more
A beacon scanner model is for tracking of beacon tags. Beacon tags can be attached to people in a form of wearable and things where back-end server calculates locations of those tags by received BLE... more