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Sourcing Hi-Rel Connectors for Portable Medical Designs Wendy Preston
More patients are receiving healthcare outside of the clinical environment. This shift means that design engineers need to specify connector components with attributes and durability better suited for portable equipment.

Looking at the Future of Imaging Systems Clive  Maxfield
As futuristic as machine-vision systems are, they suffer from the same problems as the human eye. Let’s explore challenges associated with conventional imaging systems and a solution for future imaging applications such as people tracking, volumetric measurement, robotics, and more.

5G Enables AI to Unleash Its Vast Potential Wang Jing
5G’s high bandwidth, low latency, and massive connectivity will drive the rapid AI development. Here, we illustrate the power of 5G via a few application scenarios and demonstrate how the technology can push AI to release its full potential.

Sensor-based Diagnostics in Modern Medicine Christopher Gundler
With advances in sensors and artificial intelligence, objective tests, measurements, and interpretations are replacing subjective ones of days past. Such advances are also enabling testing outside of medical facilities and linking patient data to empirical studies.

How Far Can Wearables Go in Fostering Wellness? Stephen Evanczuk
Even as methods evolve for implementing reliable cuffless blood pressure measurement, future wearables for health and fitness are likely to focus more on helping users adopt healthy behaviors, emphasizing convenience over clinical-grade accuracy.

Listen, Voice User Interfaces Play Big Roles Stephen Evanczuk
Voice control was simply a convenience in the past, but a growing desire and need for hands-off control motivate a central role for voice-user interfaces in smart products. Fortunately, key enabling technologies and products are ready to provide the necessary foundation for implementation.

COVID-19 Contact Tracing Slow to Take Hold Stephen Evanczuk
Limitations in Bluetooth®-based distance measurement and conflicting requirements for privacy and public health have slowed the emergence of automated COVID-19 contact tracing, but the availability of effective solutions is only a matter of time.

How AI Is Shaping the Future of Healthcare Babu Vaitheeswaran
As the world evolves, the healthcare industry must keep up. AI is shaping the future of healthcare through applications for televisits, cancer cell detection, and robotic assistance in surgeries. We can expect to see more AI implemented in healthcare sooner than you think.

Global Access to AI as a Force for Good Jon Gabay
Artificial intelligence conjures up science fiction and terrifying robots. In reality, AI is working for the good, outperforming humans on many levels, and marketed to companies in search of patterns in large data sets. What if it could find these patterns and prevent illnesses?

Remote Sensing Fosters Healthier Lives Marcel Consée
Companies developing applications for first responders, seniors, and fitness face the same challenges and requirements from a design and development perspective. One of the major product groups for collecting health or fitness data are smartwatches or fitness wristbands.

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