30 Jan '16, 4pm

Mouser's Bench Talk | Medical Wearables: A Product Designer Perspective Part I

Mouser's Bench Talk | Medical Wearables: A Product Designer Perspective Part I

If the size and cost reduction principles of Moore’s Law even loosely apply to medical wearables, then it won't be long before we see devices packed with health-related sensors. It is speculated that the first generation Apple Watch was to include upwards of ten health related sensors to track everything from blood pressure, to analyzing the wearer’s stress. It is further believed that a combination of technical and regulatory challenges were encountered and thus many sensors were abandoned for the inaugural product launch. Even with such difficulties, many companies are seeking to bring medical wearables to market as they are finding the potential financial and health benefits to be too tempting to ignore.

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