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Posts Categorized: Sensors
A wearable can track and record the exact movements made by violinists and provide real-time feedback
IR sensors have a many uses, including several that may surprise you
How the analysis of location data is helping businesses innovate
South Korea warns pedestrians they are near an intersection with alarms, LED lights and an app
How autonomous robots are able to work independently
A new method turns natural silk fibres into a comfortable conductive material
The latest in wearables is a smartphone watch from Nubia Technology of China
Sensors in the mouthguard collect data on performance and injuries
A bottle uses Bluetooth technology to tell you when you are properly hydrated
Chewable tech provides hands-free control over smartphones and other devices
The seats are made from a smart textile that reacts to passengers’ size, weight and movement
Thin sensors could change the way people park in cities
Nanosatellites promise farmers in remote locations access to real time data
What are digital twins and how will they help deliver the innovations of the future?
Researchers develop an algorithm to reconstruct an object blocked from view
Urban planners can fix your city without disrupting daily life
L’Oréal’s new wearable skin sensor quickly assesses skin health and suggests products
An easy to install connected device for brick-and-mortar stores monitors foot traffic via thermal detection, providing insight into peak business hours without invading consumer privacy.
A winter sports helmet can automatically detect when a user falls, sending distress signals, and allows for simple long-distance group communication.
Student researchers have developed microchips that use ‘backscattering’ to transmit data with almost no power to IoT devices.
A startup is using blockchain technology to collect and share data on entire food supply chains.