MAXREFDES104# is a wrist form factor reference design ready to collect blood oxygen, ECG, heart rate, body temperature and activity data
An AI virtual assistant has enabled a museum to reopen for visitors by providing contactless check-in and temperature scans.
Here is how a bracelet system design can send data to the server and detect proximity with each other using RSSI and RTLS technologies.
While advances in medical devices may help doctors to treat patients infected with COVID-19, at the moment this increased efficacy comes at a significant price: reduced security...
Here is a sneak peek into the brand-new design ecosystem built around the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Learn more about the wearable devices being offered to athletes to track potential virus indicators.
We’ve come a long way from fuel and oil pressure gauges in vehicles, and now every feature is instrumented and logged, so we can diagnose faults after they occur but also anticipate them...
Bluetooth direction finding and RSSI technologies are emerging as solutions for digital contact tracing to monitor the coronavirus spread.
Engineers at the University of Missouri have demonstrated that drawing bioelectronics on skin using pencils and paper could be used to monitor personal health...
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased awareness of UV disinfection, and the number of LED-based germicidal lighting products being developed.