by Vera Digner Romeiro

February 21, 2018

February: The American Heart Month

The numbers are alarming. According to World Health Organization (WHO), over 177.00 million people die every year from cardio vascular diseases – basically 30% of all deaths worldwide. Heart related diseases rise steadily with age, yet younger adults are becoming more and more inclined to be at risk earlier in life. One of the main […]

by Vera Digner Romeiro

February 19, 2018

Wearables in the Military Force

Wearable technologies have been evolving in the most unexpected fields, yet whenever we think about wearables the first fields that come to our minds are healthcare, fitness, lifestyle and similar areas, right?  Did you know that wearables in the military force is a sector that entails an enormous load of wearable novelties since the 80´s? […]

by Vera Digner Romeiro

February 13, 2018

Wearables and the 2018 Olympic Winter Games

The 2018 Olympic Winter Games has officially kicked-off last Friday! As many of you might have already heard, the event can be particularly dangerous since their competitors have to push their bodies to the edge in such low and fridgid temperatures. Thus, it is no wonder that the Olympic teams have invested a great deal […]

by Ramona Socher

February 9, 2018

Recap WT | Wearable Technologies Conference 2018 EUROPE

The 28th WT | Wearable Technologies Conference 2018 EUROPE in Munich created lots of excitement with new ideas – and most importantly – fresh and new disruptive technologies. This year´s edition highlighted how smart sensors and artificial intelligence will hitch the sports, lifestyle, healthcare and industries of tomorrow. Attendees got the unique chance to receive high quality […]