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page Prevention & Fitness  
... a health manager During training sessions M2M solutions monitor not only vital functions. Cordless fitness trackers such as Fitbit count steps or calories burned. The devices also incorporate acceleration...  
page Fitness & Sports  
...Industries | Healthcare | Prevention & FitnessConsumer Electronics | LocalizationBig Data: Data transmission by M2MM2M communication comes into play in recording and processing all this data. To record improvements...  
news Smart Materials for the Internet of Things  
... have a huge potential when it comes to sports and health. They can replace wrist wearables like fitness trackers or a heart rate monitors around your chest. The Hexoskin smart shirts, for example, monitor...  
news Consumers Discover the Internet of Things  
... 35 percent will do so.Acquity experts also anticipate a surge in consumer demand for fitness wearables. They include the recently unveiled Apple Smart Watch or Apple or the connected Garmin...  
page Entertainment  
...Industries | Consumer Electronics | Smart HomeIndustries | Consumer Electronics | Fitness & SportsOur Offering | Smart HomeKey facts Customers access entertainment content anytime, anywhere Companies maintain...  
news On the road to the digital future  
... is cars that call the emergency number automatically when an accident happens. The smart watch or fitness tracker on your wrist and parcel tracking on the Internet. The list could be continued...  
news Communicate instead of command  
... as gestures and speech. New forms of interaction are necessary in any case, because devices such as fitness bracelets lack graphical user interfaces based on metaphors to which we have grown accustomed....  
news M2M and IoT – Where are they taking us?  
... focus of much attention and debate at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. In the healthcare and fitness sector alone, the market researchers at ABI Research expect around 170 million of these connected...  
news Looking Back on the Year: More Things on the Internet  
... both connected domestic appliances such as smoke alarms and coffeemakers and wearables like fitness bracelets or smartwatches. So far, however, consumers have been reluctant to buy connected products....  
news Mobile World Congress 2016: Summit Meeting of the Mobile Industry  
... involved. “Whether it’s remotely monitoring our homes, pets or even livestock, keeping track of our fitness levels or providing real-time information to our cars, intelligent mobile technology underpins it all,”...  
news Data protection on the Internet of Things: Interview with Dr. Volker Lüdemann  
... We are delighted with predictive car maintenance and reliable traffic congestion reports or with fitness trackers that measure our heart rate and warn us of the risk of a heart attack. Experience with the...  
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