Merging body and machine: Wearable robotics is a growing...
WearRAcon19 kicks of its fourth annual wearable robotics conference Wearable robotics are changing lives in surprising ways and this industry has become bigger than ever. In fact, the global wearable robotic exoskeleton market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 43.48%, during the forecast period from 2018 to 2028 and reach $5.4 billion by […]View Post »
Cox smart home’s technology improving senior...
Want to feed your dog, make it to your doctor’s appointment or see who’s at your front door without leaving your chair? There’s an app for that. The senior living space has experienced an influx of age-friendly technologies and devices to improve the aging experience. According to AARP, about 90 percent of adults age 65 […]View Post »
Wearable robotics are changing the world, one exoskeleton...
Global companies show off inventions at WearRAcon18 in Greater Phoenix We all know someone with a bad back, stiff hips, sore arms or injured knees. But what if instead of medications or surgeries, robotics could help with mobility to not only relieve these pains, but maybe even prevent them? According to Tom Sugar, an engineer […]View Post »
The Con-TECH-ted Place
Supportive Leadership invites IoT and wearable industries to make its marks Wearable electronics startups and companies seeking to be leaders in the industry will find that Greater Phoenix provides many assets and resources to succeed, as well as the ability to easily assimilate into both the corporate and community environments. The region touts itself as […]View Post »
Wearables: Research and development
Research and development efforts supporting the wearables sector in Greater Phoenix are growing and producing cutting-edge technology. Here is a sample of some of these innovators: iProjects Is a collaborative effort between the region’s universities and industries. The iProjects program connects teams of students to an outside organization to solve real-world business challenges. Students gain […]View Post »