Smartwatches Support First Responders

Smartwatches Support First Responders

The health tech wearables that we write about typically combine one or more integrated biosensors with battery-powered wireless transmitters to send biometric data elsewhere to be stored and analyzed, usually to a smartphone. Such devices come in a myriad of form...
Tablet Enables In-Home Monitoring

Tablet Enables In-Home Monitoring

I may have seen the future of remote patient monitoring. Or to be more accurate, I have worn it. And it’s available now. One drawback with healthcare as it is currently practiced is that patients see physicians in hospitals and offices where their vital signs...
Smart Suit Gives Haptic Feedback

Smart Suit Gives Haptic Feedback

We’ve covered all sorts of exoskeletons that augment or restore a body’s ability to move, but what if you had a suit that could simulate touch? Haptic feedback gives the sensation of something touching you, or of you touching an object. What if you could...