by Johanna Mischke

December 13, 2016

The 2017 WT | Wearable Technologies Heroes are here!

8th WT | Wearable Technologies Innovation World Cup Finalists Announced Over the last two weeks our panel of industry experts have had the difficult task of selecting the Top 5 most innovative wearable technology solutions in each of the six categories featured in the 8th WT | Wearable Technologies Innovation World Cup. The 2016/17 competition […]

by Matthias Neuner

December 2, 2016

Wearables for Police

In the last years, more and more wearable devices are being adapted for law enforcement. Next-generation wearables have the potential to enable police officers to improve situational awareness and decision making during missions. Law enforcement needs real-time information for better situational awareness in the field and at the command center. Officers need access to information, to […]

by My Nguyen

November 2, 2016

Fall Detection Bracelets

Fall detector is not a brand new idea. Most traditional medical alert monitoring systems rely on a pedant or button that our loved ones must press to call for help. However, there is a possibility that they are unable to signal for help when they fall. As serious as this situation may seem to be, technology […]

by Matthias Neuner

October 28, 2016

Medical Wearables for First-Aiders and More

For the 7th consecutive year WT | Wearable Technologies will be presenting the latest innovations and developments in the wearables market at MEDICA 2016. The show attracts more than 130,000 visitors and over 4,800 exhibitors. With more than 40 exhibitors from 15 different countries the WT | Wearable Technologies Show is as international and comprehensive as never […]

by Matthias Neuner

October 26, 2016

Wearables to Treat Special Diseases

Fighting special diseases like asthma, epilepsy or diabetes with wearable technology is made possible by our co-exhibitors at MEDICA-Show 2016. Some of our exhibitors from 15 different countries offer monitoring solutions designed for special diseases, which will be presented at WT | Wearable Technologies Show at MEDICA 2016. Here are some of the most interesting […]

by My Nguyen

October 25, 2016

Wearables for Construction Workers

According to Rackspace, wearables can increase workplace satisfaction 3.5% and productivity an astounding 8.5%. In fact, 48% of American adults see direct workplace benefits from using wearable technology. If you are looking for wearables that can improve your construction workers’ level of work satisfaction and overall productivity, here are our suggestions. DAQRI Smart Helmet The […]