Tag Archives: Wearables

How tech can transform the fashion industry’s supply chain

As the fashion industry has grown over the years, with more people shopping for garments and more clothing options than ever before, companies have had to show how quickly they can adapt. In the constantly evolving industry, brands everywhere have to stay up to date with the latest technological innovations …

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Celsium wearable smart thermometer system with advanced accuracy

A new smart thermometer is launching which promises up to 10x more accurate measurements, making it the most accurate wearable solution. Celsium [https://www.celsium.com] is a medical grade wearable smart thermometer that links to an online platform, taking automatic readings every four seconds and instantly alerting the user when temperature rises …

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RealWear for the real world

Jon Arnold, VP of Sales, EMEA, RealWear, Inc. tells PCR about the latest in wearable devices and how RealWear products have been instrumental in defending against the Coronavirus out in the field.  Please tell me a bit more about RealWear? RealWear provides organisations with the ability to deploy full enterprise …

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PCR’s LATEST ISSUE: NOVEMBER OUT NOW!

PCR’s Christmas, Healthcare and Wearables November issue is out now, bringing you the latest top exec Q&A’s, features and industry opinions focused on Tech’s impact on Healthcare, Wearables and protecting personal data. Don’t miss our Big Interview with Alessandra de Paula on China’s data savvy SMBs and the lessons they …

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PCR’s guide to the latest wearable tech

We take a look at the latest fitness trackers, smartwatches and enterprise-grade wearables. Apple Watch 4 (pictured above) Specs: GPS, water resistant, barometric altimeter, electrical heart sensor, 16GB capacity, S4 chip with 64-bit dual-core processor, up to 18 hours battery life, Bluetooth 5.0. “Gorgeous curved corners and a large selection …

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In fitness and in health: How connected devices are changing the way we monitor our lives

In the 1960s, a mathematics professor called Edward Thorp created a computer small enough to fit into a shoe. While some purists may call this the true beginning of “wearable technology”, it’s fair to say that the explosion of Bluetooth-enabled devices in 2002 was the point at which manufacturers decided …

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Read PCR’s Wearables Special online now!

PCR’s June 2019 issue has hit desks. Within this mag you’ll find our annual 30 Under 30 list as well as an array of content on the wearable technology sector. In this issue: – 30 Under 30: We round up the 30 rising stars under the age of 30 who …

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