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It's a wrap at ! We had such a great time at this leading medical technology trade fair, and look forward to promoting the world's first next year.

Today's the day! Join at 's conference to learn about how uses and technology to understand local and individual context of the industrial workforce to increase productivity and safety

Wearable fashion technology that automatically controls the temperature in the fabric of outerwear from . How cool (or warm) is that! at the 2018

Wearable technologies in the workplace might sound like something from a dystopian sci-fi! Here’s our look into the future of technology in the workplace: via

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, a self-heating and wire-free base layer for cold weather, launched yesterday on the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter to raise support for the next generation of technology

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Wearables Réutilisables

Issey Miyake

Même lorsque je travaille avec des ordinateurs, avec une technologie de pointe, j'essaie toujours de mettre le doigt dans les mains. Dès le début, j'ai pensé à travailler avec le corps en mouvement, l'espace entre le corps et les vêtements. Je voulais que les vêtements bougent quand les gens bougent.

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Materials scientist creates fabric alternative to batteries for wearable devices

A major factor holding back the development of wearable biosensors for health monitoring is the lack of a lightweight, long-lasting power supply. Now scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst led by materials chemist Trisha L. Andrew report that they have developed a method for making a charge-storing system that is easily integrated into clothing for “embroidering a charge-storing pattern onto any garment.”

As Andrew explains, “Batteries or other kinds of charge storage are still the limiting components for most portable, wearable, ingestible or flexible technologies. The devices tend to be some combination of too large, too heavy and not flexible.”

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