Wearables, Body Sensor Networks, Smart Portable Devices


Currently, there is a need for an immediate answer to a problem. There are useful ways and tools to help with that. This has taken Wearables, Body Sensor Networks, and Smart Portable Devices from nothing to ubiquitous. It has no signs of stopping down and an ever-increasing social effect. This article will analyze each issue of Wearables, Body Sensor Networks, and Smart Portable Devices.

1. Wearables

It’s a little gadget that’s far more portable than a phone, and you can simply carry it on your person as an accessory. It is wearable, embedded in clothing, tattooed on the skin or implanted in the user’s body. Compared with mobile phones, it has many advantages, such as: lightweight and fast, low energy consumption, advanced interaction features, design simplification, etc.

It is a combination of an internet connection and a microprocessor. Therefore, you constantly receive real-time messages/notifications through it since it is connected to the Internet and immediately connects to mobiles and personal computers. It enables you to access data from anywhere.

Wearables are diverse and popular, such as fitness activity trackers, smartwatches, Bluetooth headsets, smartwatches, web-enabled glasses, virtual reality and augmented reality headsets.

Monitoring: monitoring chips with built-in GPS to monitor children and the elderly.

Smart tattoos contain flexible electronic sensors to help monitor muscle function, sleep disorders, and heart and brain activity. In addition, it can be used to authenticate data transmission to smartphones or scanners to speed up processing processes.

Safety wearables: used as casual wear. However, when there is a threat or danger, it will issue a warning, turn on a loud alarm, and send a notification (a pre-set message, a recorded voice message with the location of where the device is located with built-in GPS) to someone (friend, family, police, or someone in the ecosystem using the device).

Improve health: helps you keep track of your daily activities, such as how long you sleep, your heart rate, and the number of steps you take. From there, it will analyze trends and give advice on activities.

Smartwatches: it will be synced with your smartphone. It…

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