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Wearables

Technology that can be worn, typically to quantify a physical process (such as heartbeat monitoring) or to augment human capabilities. Wearables may also be used to control external things, for example, with gestures.
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These are technologies or computers integrated into articles of clothing or accessories that can be worn. Often, the wearable tech is used to quantify a physical process (such as heartbeat monitoring) or to augment human capabilities. Wearables may also be used to control external things, for example, with gestures. Because of the impracticality of wires to transmit sensor data, wearables are almost universally wireless, using a variety of communication protocols such as BLE. Examples include smartwatches, fitness bands, and Google Glasses.
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Radientum Oy
Radientum Oy
We're a Finnish company specializing in developing and implementing antenna solutions (WIFI, NFC, GNSS, UWB, Cellular, Bluetooth, NB-IoT, and LoRa/Sigfox) for wireless products (e.g. M2M, IoT).With 20 years of design, simulation, and testing experience from Nokia & Microsoft, our engineers can develop antennas from the very first concept innovation through Over-The-Air verification to ready-made prototypes.We can guarantee optimal wireless performance for your products. With a unique way of simulation, we help companies to be cost-effective, speed up time-to-market with higher ROI.Recently, we have been working with a wide range of IoT devices, for examples: asset Tracking, fitness Tracking, Wearables, smart watches, mobile phones, IoT sensors and devices, etc…This is a recent video about how IoT companies (medical, construction, IIoT) can take their wireless products to the next level with our antennas, I thought you might find this interesting.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44Z03MOcCbE
Rufus Labs
Rufus Labs
Rufus Lab is a startup technology company that offers wearable devices to enhance user experience without disruption.
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