The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), Taiwan’s largest and one of the world’s leading high-tech applied research institutions, demonstrates e-health wearable technologies at its CES 2021 event site. ITRI’s e-health wearable technologies include iCardioGuard for long-term real-time monitoring of physiological and psychological status for home and elderly care; Heart Guardian for continuous real-time monitoring of patients with heart disease; iSmartweaR for measuring physiological conditions including heart rate and respiratory rate using smart textiles; and iDarlingWeaR for infant healthcare featuring ITRI's harmless low-power radar sensing technology.
At this year's CES, which is being held virtually due to COVID-19, VARTA, the battery technology company from Ellwangen, Germany, is introducing the new A4 generation of lithium-ion button cells. Like its previous generations the CoinPower cell offers the highest energy density in the smallest space.
UK-based CPI will collaborate with Dycotec Materials and KYMIRA Ltd to develop a scalable industrial method to produce and integrate flexible electronic systems into comfortable, smart garments for remote biosensing and monitoring within healthcare and professional sports.