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Called brainBand, the device packs a an accelerometer, a gyroscope, a Bluetooth module, LEDs, and a battery to measure the force of impacts.
The application called TeamStudy is part of the Football Players Health Study at Harvard University to help former NFL players better understand their health.
Called RoadwareZ, the device features LED turn and brake signals, GPS tracking, access to a 24/7 emergency service, and a rear-facing camera and microphone.
Set to replace the original X-Patch, the new model is smaller and lighter, but also more technologically advanced with improved usability and performance.
The device acts like a personal coach, analyzing the swimmer's movements using nine built-in sensors and making sounds to prompt users to correct movements.
Called Swimmerix, the package consists of a wrist-worn band and a stationary base unit which together offer accurate measurement and real-time guidance.
Hydrate Mate is the world's first electronic fuel gauge and app for hydration bladders, enabling monitoring and maintaining of hydration levels on the move.
The footwear and fitness apparel company is also launching the Digital Sport division to develop innovative digital experiences and wearable technologies.
The chipmaker will embed its Curie chips in snowboards and BMX bikes; teams-up with Oakley over a performance-tracking "smart eyewear" called Radar Pace.