Wearable devices such as activity trackers are an example of the Internet of Things, since “things” such as electronics, software, sensors, and connectivity are effector that enable objects to exchange data (including data quality) through the internet with a manufacturer, operator, and/or other connected devices, without requiring human intervention.
Opportunity of partnership with industry giants to produce unlimited solutions for the future for wearable technology are increasing.
In the health sector, wearable technology can be used to produce hearing aids, pacemakers and tracking devices. In addition it also produces a tool that can investigate important facts that are effective for detecting heart rate, calculating calories burned, sugar levels and blood pressure.
In the future, wearable technology will also focus on the development of wearable technology that can be used on clothing, electronic leather and leather fillings.
For wearable applications companies will continue to grow while following the latest trends and innovations because the need for it continues to grow.