by Matthias Neuner

December 16, 2016

News for Ski and Snowboard fun

We are just at the beginning of the ski season but remember asking your ski buddies if they saw how much air you got off that jump at the lift line. But now you can actually answer those questions, on the spot, in real time with the innovations of wearable technology. From different GPS watches, connected […]

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 My Nguyen

December 9, 2016

The Top 10 Best Wearables 2016

Looking back on the world of wearables, it is growing and consistently filling the gap between technology and what we wear. From the very beginning, wearables started with fitness trackers, smartwatches as a mainstream. At the moment, it has blossomed into wearable devices that can measure, monitor, report on our health and support our live […]

by My Nguyen

November 17, 2016

Work Out Smarter with Wearables

Now that fitness trackers have been around for a while, developers are taking them to the new level. Fitness trackers are just ideal for people who do a lot of cardiovascular based sport such as running, swimming or cycling. When it comes to the gym, the functions need to be more specializing in muscle, weightlifting, […]

by My Nguyen

November 4, 2016

Huawei Fit now TÜV SÜD-WT Certified

Yesterday, on 3 November 2016 the new Fitness watch from Huawei was presented in Munich. The new Huawei Fit MES B-19 has some nifty features. First, it impressed the Smartwatch market with a 6-days battery life which is achieved through the energy-saving e-ink display. Second and equally important, Huawei Fit MES B-19 was the first […]

by Zuriñe Dopacio González

October 18, 2016

An Introduction to Muscle Oximetry

In most of our daily activities the energy for muscle work mainly comes from oxidation of glucose and lipids in muscle fibers. Optoelectronic devices driven by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) can play a substantial role in visualizing oxidative metabolism in muscles during rest and exercise: Continuously emitted light of discrete wavelengths between 500 (visible) and 900 […]