June 18, 2019
| By: Christine Young
Blogger, Maxim Integrated
Wearable healthcare technologies are giving us real-time insights into our well-being, from heart rate and blood-oxygen levels to body temperature, sleep patterns, and much more. With this data, we can more closely monitor chronic conditions, be more proactive about preventive care, and perhaps even detect issues of concern. For design engineers, the push is on to utilize sensors, power-management ICs, and other technologies to uncover new use cases and create new types of devices. It’s all about delivering continuous monitoring of various health parameters to enable a healthier world.
Designing these types of devices—whether in the form of a watch, a chest strap, an earbud, a smartphone, or clothing—comes with unique challenges. These are, after all, compact yet function-rich products that must deliver high accuracy from as broad a spectrum of the population as possible, along with long battery life and reliable performance. At this year’s Sensors Expo, Maxim will demonstrate an array of solutions that can help you address these design challenges.
The global market for fitness trackers is anticipated to generate revenue of $48.2 billion by 2023, according to analysis by Prescient & Strategic Intelligence.
Come to Booth #1109 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, to meet with technical experts and see demos including:
Speaker Presentations: Learn from the Experts
Maxim technical experts will also be on hand to present talks at the expo as well as during co-located conferences. Mark your calendar for these talks:
Visit Maxim’s Sensors Expo webpage for access to a free expo hall pass (June 26 to June 27) or a $100 discount off of a conference pass (June 25 to June 27).