SCHOTT® Wearable Housing Components
Wearable medical devices
The healthcare industry is being transformed by wearable medical devices, with fitness trackers able to detect steps, heart rate, and calories burned. In clinical medicine, wearable devices can collect, analyze, and transmit personal health data, enabling doctors to monitor a patient’s condition in real time. SCHOTT’s wearable housing components can reduce signal noise and improve optical signal transmission, helping wearable devices meet demanding medical requirements. These components also enable high potentials in new features, such as GSR (galvanic skin response), ECG (electrocardiography) and body temperature measurement.
Smartwatches and sports bracelets
People are increasingly wearing smartwatches or smart bracelets when exercising, and for specialty sports such as mountaineering and diving, smart wearable devices can sense the surrounding environment and help athletes monitor their physical condition. Our wearable housing components are waterproof and sweat resistant, making them ideal for a wide range of sports devices.
Smart earbuds and hearables
Today, smart hearables are commonly used for hearing aids, wireless audio transmission, medical monitoring, fitness tracking, and other applications that give the user entirely new experiences not possible with traditional headsets But while the small size of hearables can be a challenge for designers, the thin profile of SCHOTT® wearable housing components leave space for components and batteries.
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