by Johanna Mischke

August 5, 2011

Mobile diabetes systems

Today, having diabetes is no longer an absolute tragedy but, for patients, it does require full discipline and means a certain limitation of freedom. These days there are many mobile and easy-to-handle devices and sticks that allow diabetes patients to manage their blood sugar levels, as stress-free as possible. These products include the Accu-Chek Mobile […]

by Johanna Mischke

June 6, 2011

How can I prevent my body from becoming a wreck from sitting in front of the computer all day?

People who work with their brains don’t move very much. For them, a normal workday generally comprises a number of hours crouched in front of a monitor. In addition good nutrition often takes a back seat during a stressful work week. Fortunately, the wearable tech market offers some great products to keep bad habits from […]

by Johanna Mischke

June 5, 2011

The Sixth Dimension in Wearable Technologies

Christian Stammel, CEO Navispace AG and founder of Wearable Technologies, on the sixth dimension of Wearable Technologies: Because WT so closely relates to the functions of human beings, WT products should cater to all five human senses – hearing, sight, touch, taste and smell. Dimension one (hearing) covers such products as hearing aids and Bluetooth […]

by Johanna Mischke

June 5, 2011

WT for an aging population

These days, we have modern medicine to thank for longevity. But with this long life comes a need to live independently as long as possible. According to the German Federal Statistical Office, DeStatis, there will be a deficit of 260,000 caregivers until 2025. And Germany is not alone with this problem – the need for […]