The latest in wearables is a smartphone watch from Nubia Technology of China
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Sensors in the mouthguard collect data on performance and injuries
A bottle uses Bluetooth technology to tell you when you are properly hydrated
Jails will be equipped with smart cameras and biometric tracking devices
A breath-analysis device could mean the end for unhealthy fad diets with personalised metabolism tracking.
As we keep an eye on the next generation of innovators, we put our focus on the finalists of the MIAT Prize 2019 to discover the top six innovative ideas that have the potential to make the biggest impact in the healthcare sector.
A winter sports helmet can automatically detect when a user falls, sending distress signals, and allows for simple long-distance group communication.
A US company has created sensors that identify the cognitive and emotional state of a user by measuring their breathing.
A new system uses laser technology to create bicycle racing clothing that fits perfectly.
This active footrest improves blood circulation and reduces muscle tension through movement.
A new fitness app uses worlds first AI-powered motion tracking technology, without the need for additional hardware, to transform your phone into a virtual personal trainer.
An app gives tailored nutrition and exercise recommendations base on the users metabolism to help increase performance.
A new style of dive fin uses ski-binding technology and allows users to customise their dive experience
Cyclists can use this new bike to receive more detailed and personalized results regarding their fitness and cycling technique.
This new wearable monitors the amount of oxygen in a user’s muscle helping make workouts as productive as possible.
Designed for use by players of all skill levels, a new device monitors 20 metrics including strokes, footwork and fitness and provides personalized coaching tips.
A new app can help users eat healthier by analysing the nutritional information in a meal from a photo.
Consumers can stream music, make calls, receive fitness coaching and tracking using voice controlled AI headphones.
A new app uses coaching instruction, curated playlists and a points leaderboard to keep users motivated.
Cyclists may traverse any body of water using this hydrofoil bike developed in New Zealand.
A new franchise business brings the outdoors inside with nature-inspired gyms that train using bodyweight exercises and wood and fiber pieces of equipment.
Chinese company has launched a pay-as-you-go gym that fits inside a booth and is unlocked by using a QR code.