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Consumer Tech Association Unveils A Consumer’s Guide to mHealth Wearables

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Consumer Tech Association Unveils A Consumer’s Guide to mHealth Wearables

By Eric Wicklund, mHealth Intelligence

The Consumer Technology Association has partnered with the Heart Rhythm Society to develop best practices for consumer use of mHealth wearables, including the growing array of smartwatches, fitness bands, eyeglasses and sensor-embedded clothing measuring cardiovascular activity.

The document, unveiled during CES 2020 this week in Las Vegas, aims to give those who are using mHealth and digital health devices guidance on how to understand and manage the capture, storage and use of personal health information.

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The Medical Wearables Dilemma:The Power and Security Challenges Inherent in Wearable Healthcare Devices

Medical wearables are disrupting the healthcare industry. The majority (60%) of healthcare organizations globally have already introduced IoT devices into their facilities. According to Juniper Research, the Healthcare Wearables Market will reach $60 billion — with 5 million individuals remotely monitored by healthcare providers — by the year 2023.

In our latest e-book, we discuss the various power and security challenges that are inherent in wearable healthcare devices.

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Consumer Reports warns IoT camera makers to improve their security

By Ryan Daws, IoT Tech News

Consumer Reports has sent a letter to 25 manufacturers of IoT cameras with a call to improve their security.

“In response to multiple reports of hacks and unauthorized access of smart cameras and doorbells, Consumer Reports writes to urge your company to raise the standard of security for your connected camera, doorbell, or security system,” wrote the company.

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The easy route the easy way:New chip calculates the shortest distance in an instant

Scientists have developed the world’s first fully coupled AI chip that can solve the traveling salesman problem for 22 cities instantly, something that would take about 1,200 years for a high-performance von Neumann CPU.

Combinatorial optimization problems are problems that arise in everyday situations, involving the puzzle of determining the shortest route that can be taken between multiple points. Researchers at the Tokyo University of Science have developed a new chip that uses special components to calculate the shortest distance between up to 22 cities in a very short time.

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Bartending Smart Spout and Charging
CLIENT PROBLEM
  • Liquor pour accuracy
  • Data mining
  • Tight packaging
VOLER SOLUTION
  • Valve control
  • Wireless communication
  • Pour volume control
  • Charging/cleaning solution
  • POS interface
  • Data analytics

Bars have a big problem with overpours that add about 25% to the cost. Bartenders with limited training may have trouble pouring all the mixed drinks they need to know. Voler developed for our customer a set of devices that solve this problem and provide data for better management of the bar.

There is a smart spout mounted on the top of each bottle (pictured), a WiFi gateway to communicate with the Point of Sale (POS) system, and a wireless charger. The smart spout measures the flow of alcohol and closes a valve when the right amount has been dispensed. It has Bluetooth communication and wireless charging. All of this fits into a small device that is sealed so it can be washed.

When a drink order is entered into the POS, LEDs light up on the smart spout to identify the bottles that are needed for the drink. The bartender pours each one into the drink until the alcohol stops flowing. Then next bottled is poured. It is almost impossible to make a mistake, and overpours are prevented, paying for the cost of the system in a very short time. When the pour is complete the smart spout relays the information by Bluetooth to the WiFi gateway where it is sent to the POS. This data assists with monitoring inventory and drink usage. When the bottle is empty the smart spout is removed for washing and charging on a device that charges several spouts at once. Wireless charging allows the spout and charger to be completely sealed.

Voler provided electronic design, sensor integration, tight packaging, wireless communication, wireless charging, firmware, and software. Our experience with sensors, wireless systems, and IoT made us the clear choice for this work.

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