Wearable Technologies Network

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Haltian

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Haltian

Haltian designs and develops new and innovative wireless products and services to market. We focus in new challenges by bringing mobile technologies to new frontiers, creatively realizing any mobile and sensor technology need. You can find SW & HW engineering, design, product and program management – everything you need to design and execute under the same roof.

Heapsylon

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Heapsylon

The Garment is the Computer™. Heapsylon is focused on delivering a family of body-sensing devices for health and fitness. Their wearable textile sensors capture, monitor and communicate data such as activity type, level and in-footwear pressure to the user. The data is presented and analyzed by an easy-to-use dashboard. Heapsylon products make it more fun and safer to exercise. They may also contribute to prevent certain injuries, and in case of injury or disease they track patient adherence and offloading data.

Heddoko

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Heddoko

Heddoko™ builds smart compression shirts and compression pants that track the movement of the body using embedded sensors. Our solution is designed for amateur and professional athletes and serves them as a virtual coach. The garments will teach the athletes how to improve their techniques and avoid injury by capturing the full body movements, modeling it in 3D on their smart devices and giving them live coaching feedback

Henkel

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Henkel

Henkel has partnered with some of the world’s top innovation companies to enable the development and reliability of next-generation wearable devices. A broad portfolio of materials including temp. stable solder paste, circuit board protection materials, conductive adhesives and inks, reworkable underfills, display adhesives and barrier films.

Hohenstein Institute

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Hohenstein Institute

The Hohenstein Institute offers manufacturers, retailers, service providers and consumers “competence from one single source”, covering a wide range of closely linked fields of work. The result is the successful cooperation with other research institutes such as medicine, electronics or microsystem technology. These networks open up new areas of application for textile products and thus provide the Hohenstein Institute’s clients with additional markets.

HSG-IMIT

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HSG-IMIT

HSG-IMIT (Institut für Mikro- und Informationstechnik) is an application-oriented research and development provider for micro-technical components and systems. Promoting awareness of and facilitating access to this technologies are the main tasks of HSG-IMIT acting as a service centre providing specific consulting, advanced training, technological services, feasibility studies, prototyping, small scale production as well as serial production in cooperation with industrial companies.

HzO

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HzO

Some people may know of HZO as the company that dunks iPhones and tablets in water (a show stopping demonstration we started doing at CES in 2012), and while it is true that our coating solution is powerful enough to protect a device from full submersion in practically any kind of corrosive liquid, the power and utility of our application reaches well beyond the world of consumer electronics.