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2011-12-01 BAN: The answer to low-cost consumer health devices
BAN is seen to be the answer to spiraling health care costs and provider shortages. Because of this, wireless standards groups and the IEEE are embracing BAN technology
2012-08-21 A closer look at ADS1298 AFE for health monitoring
Chips from Texas Instruments have been playing a crucial role in the evolution of vital signs monitoring systems.
2011-03-28 467M health devices to run on Bluetooth by 2016
While analysts predict Bluetooth Low Energy will power 467 million health devices by 2016, they claim the delayed release of the spec has prompted adoption of rival proprietary offerings in the market
2007-11-01 Wireless networks pave way for e-health era
Today's services controlled by physicians and hospitals will give way to a new model in which consumers directly access devices and services on the Internet or their emerging home and personal area networks
2008-04-07 TI, India medical school team on health care monitoring
Texas Instruments Inc. has entered a collaborative agreement with Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, to develop semiconductor technologies that will help improve the quality, comfort and accessibility of health care
2009-12-08 South Korea pushes 3G for elderly care
The Seoul Family Helper program connects low income and disabled senior citizens to caregivers via 3G.
2009-09-22 Qualcomm injects 3G in China health services
Rural health clinics get 3G handsets, PCs, health care software and network services in Hebei Province, China
2002-06-24 Micro medical devices could transform health care
Wireless microsystems promise "spectacular advances in health care" for the blind, deaf and epileptic and those suffering with Parkinson's and heart disease, a celebrated pioneer in the field of MEMS maintains
2011-08-24 MEMS devices target auto, medical, consumer apps
STMicro's automotive MEMS for g-Brake Lights is a brake lamp based on the company's AIS326DQ Inertial Sensor.
2008-11-11 Intel tries its hand at home health care market
Intel on Monday formally took the wraps off its own branded home health care monitoring device and accompanying services package
2011-05-05 Health org certifies AT4 Wireless Taiwan
ATF wireless Taiwan receives certification from Continua Health Alliance Laboratory, the first certification that the health organization has given to a testing laboratory in Asia
2008-07-18 FDA okays Intel's home-based health care device
Intel Corp. announced the receipt of 510(k) market clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on the Intel Health Guide, a care management tool for healthcare professionals who manage patients with chronic conditions
2007-02-01 Electronics gears for health care innovation
The development of new electronic medical devices is expected to accelerate as innovation in electronics and medicine align around miniaturization, low power and connectivity
2009-06-10 Bluetooth, Zigbee bag Health Alliance endorsement
Wireless technologies Bluetooth and Zigbee Health Care have been endorsed by the Continua Health Alliance as future health device networking standards
2013-10-04 Proactive health apps to push board, embedded systems market
IHS revealed that global revenue for embedded boards and systems serving the telehealth and proactive health equipment sectors was worth $450 million in 2012
2011-06-30 Next-gen health devices opens new market opportunity
A new study from IBM indicates that the growing market for health and wellness devices provides an opportunity for manufacturers to delve into a niche that has barely been tapped
2013-04-11 Health consciousness fuels quadruple growth for MEMS sensors
Growth of the wearable electronics and fitness monitoring market will provide good revenue opportunities for MEMS motion sensor manufacturers.
2014-01-08 ADI's meter-on-a-chip aimed at portable health apps
The ADuCM350 claims to offer easy connectivity to passive and active sensors and supports sensor fusion functionality that enables accurate measurements of human physiological data.
2008-12-31 Outlook is positive for health care, wireless
While almost all segments of the electronics industry will be flat or decline in 2009, a few exceptions are possible, according to an industry survey.
2008-09-12 Health care community notes medical converging issues
Convergent technologies consist of the buzzwords in the medical electronics community today. The trend shakes up the often slow-moving medical field, opening up new design ideas, clinical practices, business models and partnerships.
2010-07-22 Family of 802.11n devices offers affordability
Trapeze Networks announces three new product platforms for affordable 802.11n wireless design.
2003-03-17 Omron to establish a new R&D facility in Japan
Omron Corp. has begun the construction of a new research center in Kansai Science City in Japan.
2015-08-10 MRI, coming to a Wal-Mart near you
As dramatic as the shift in consumer entertainment electronics (CEE) has been in the past decade, it will pale in comparison with the changes coming in the consumer health electronics (CHE) revolution
2013-12-11 Wearables to look out for at CES 2014
As the wearable market still remains in its early phase, the market forecast and product definition are also all over the map. Here's a glimpse of the wearable devices to be shown at CES 2014
2007-11-12 Former employee sues AMD for son's birth defects
A former AMD employee sued the company and a regional medical association of being responsible for birth defects of her son, born with a missing lower right arm and lifelong cognitive deficits.
2007-02-21 Freescale 8bit MCU integrates LCD driver
Freescale Semiconductor has introduced a family of highly integrated, power-efficient 8bit MCU devices optimized for LCDs
2012-11-19 Bosch miniaturizes MEMS altimeters for consumer tech
Known for its high-precision automotive MEMS, Bosch Sensortec has shrunk its MEMS portfolio to cater to consumer devices
2011-10-12 What you should know about wireless body area networks
Wireless standards groups and the IEEE are embracing body area network (BAN) technology as it is touted as a solution for spiralling health care costs and provider shortages
2009-03-11 Warm welcome for wireless power?
Wireless power is emerging as a popular concept since portable electronic devices called for a convenient means to power these gadgets, eliminating the inconvenience of several chargers and wires
2008-12-01 Telehealth age dawns
Remote monitoring using wireless technology is finally getting its interoperability act together worldwide. Telehealth technologies are being developed and deployed to reduce visits to hospitals and doctors' offices and improve patient health with lifestyle coaching
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