On July 9-10, Voler Systems will be joining technology leaders in San Francisco for the Wearable Technologies (WT) Conference. We are excited to be part of the WT ecosystems and to share insights to accelerate new product development.
July 9-10, 2019
Moscone Center North, 730 Howard St, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA
Stop by for a demo of our latest Universal Health-Sensor Platform
It is the fastest path for capturing and transmitting patient data because it is a pre-engineered prototype device that can directly evolve into your eventual commercial product. The Universal Health-Sensor Platform includes Bluetooth Low Energy wireless data transmission and is designed to work with a variety of sensors.
Racing to introduce more intelligent and connected products
These new innovations are fueled by sensor fusion, wireless, and power Leaders envision important opportunities combining sensors, wireless technology and software which will disrupt industries that are relying on solutions from decades ago.
From cars to medical devices, low cost sensors are being combined in novel ways to create a more intelligent self-monitoring world around us. Recent Voler projects include sensor fusion to measure motion and vision in cars, point-of-care medicine, drug research, sleep analysis, supply chain and asset management.
There are now competing standards, each with its own advantages and disadvantages in battery power consumption, transmission distance, and applicability to different uses. For more information, see our Guide to Wireless Technology Standards
Laptops no longer drive the definition of low-power. Increasingly suppliers rely on consultants to provide the specific skills needed to design today’s exploding array of battery operated devices including wearable devices, IoT, mHealth and implantable devices.
Stop by our booth at the WT | Wearable Technologies Conference 2019 USA in San Francisco on July 9-10. to see what’s next in AI, AR & VR, sensor tech, connectivity, energy solutions, and smart products (wearables, glasses, watches, activity trackers, implants, pills, patches).