With long-range connectivity for trackers and sensors, new products are expected to enable new applications outdoors, beyond the four walls of a home or business.
Know Labs has internally validated its non-invasive RF-based technology that transmits a signal through skin across a broadband frequency sweep of 1,000 MHz.
As doctors and nurses enter the technology-rich patient rooms at OhioHealth, their information will be displayed on a TV monitor to help patients understand who comes and goes from their bedside.
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Since Paragon ID acquired UWINLOC, the companies have been marketing its MahVis solution that harvests ambient RF energy, then wirelessly transmits sensor data and a precise location.
The company is growing its wireless energy solution to power BLE tags with new certification for use in Japan, and has teamed up with InnoTractor and Thinaer.
Manufacturers in Japan are deploying the company's e-Platch solution to detect changes in sounds that could indicate malfunctions or potential failures of critical equipment.
A wearable in-mouth sensor is among the early products being built to leverage Silicon Labs' new system-on-chip family, which can capture and transmit data via Bluetooth and Zigbee.
At a recent online event, STMicroelectronics, Grapheal and Northwestern University presented technology used for patient care, healthcare screening and equipment maintenance.
Melexis's new contactless sensor enables Samsung wearables to measure temperatures millimeters from skin with medical-grade precision.