While the wearables industry is still relatively new, companies across industries are using these devices to ensure safety and improve productivity. With wearables becoming increasingly sophisticated and versatile, one thing is clear – this tech is here to stay.
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Digital natives love techy stuff, and from smartphones to smart homes, pretty much everything is getting an intelligent upgrade. Wearables are a part of this transformation, bringing new levels of convenience to various industries. Devices such as smart glasses, smart watches, and fitness trackers aren’t just fashion accessories – they are actually improving our lives.
Wearables are already widely used in the fitness and health industry. Think wristbands that monitor our vitals in the gym, tattoo-like patches that measure oxygen levels in our blood, and smart contact lenses that allow people with diabetes to literally keep an eye on their glucose levels – in real time.
Other industries are increasingly implementing wearables, too. The construction industry, for instance, though not the first to jump onto the smart tech bandwagon, is using smart vests with built-in emergency buttons to monitor employee vitals. Smart helmets can detect the impact of a fall, speeding up response times and making it easy to locate the injured worker. These are just some of the examples how wearables can ensure safety and avoid costly delays due to accidents.
As technology advances, we’ll see more sophisticated and sleeker wearables on the market in the future, and just by observing how fast technology is progressing, we’re not going to be disappointed.
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