Smart Glasses, Augmented Reality Add Fuel to Boeing’s Assembly Line Boeing designs and manufactures some of the world’s most complex machines–jet engines and aircraft. Boeing technicians in charge of wiring new planes have no room for error and need constant access to diagrams, schematics, and parts. To meet those requirements, Boeing uses a combination of augmented reality, smart glasses, voice recognition, and connected cloud-based systems, equipping its technicians with a hands-free solution for faster, accurate assembly and troubleshooting.  
Cruise Lines Turn to IoT for Safe, Personalized Customer Experience Cruise lines are looking to IoT for easy and engaging guest experiences. Wearable devices embedded with sensors and connected mobile apps allow guests to unlock staterooms, make contactless purchases, and explore interactive content on board the ship.   
Motion Sensor Technology Aids Care at Hinge Health Physical therapists are going digital, offering exercise instructions and support remotely to patients. With wearable sensors and a mobile app from Hinge Health, healthcare specialists can add another dimension of care to patients and provide digital therapy with real-time visual and audio feedback to in-home patients.  
New Technologies Improve Health Delivery for Elder Population COVID-19 solidified telemedicine as a mainstream healthcare option and launched innovation in remote monitoring devices. One of the most vulnerable groups, the elder population, are likely to benefit the most from these technologies, which combine remote monitoring devices with apps and wearables to help improve physical and mental health.  
Healthcare’s Dynamic Duo: IoT and AI Healthcare technology is entering a new phase of explosive innovation, triggered by a long-lasting global pandemic. In our IoT Integrator Wire podcast, Intel health and life sciences technology expert Stacey Shulman reveals what’s at the root of the disruption in a space that has been historically slow to adopt change. She describes the growth areas for health technology, ranging from digital health tools to hospital helper robots to intelligent telehealth platforms.  
Electronic Skin Is the New Wearable Device Researchers are developing synthetic skin-like devices that monitor vital signs and movement, dispense medicine, and react to sensory stimulation. The technologies bring the promise of smart capabilities to artificial prosthetics and advanced telemedicine.  
Wireless Temperature Monitoring Patch Aids in COVID-19 Care TempTraq, a wearable device, monitors and records a patient’s body temperature for up to 72 hours, eliminating the need for sharing thermometers in medical facilities and ensuring the safety of healthcare workers and patients alike.    
The Internet of Things and Healthcare Policy Principles Because of widespread wastefulness in healthcare service delivery and need for virtual care models, McKinsey forecasts that 40 percent of the global economic impact of the Internet of Things revolution will occur in healthcare, more than any other sector. 
10 Internet of Medical Things Solutions to Strengthen Your Healthcare Portfolio The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) market is expected to reach $158 billion in the next two years. Here’s a roundup of 10 different solutions to help integrators chart a path in healthcare.  
Telehealth: Tools to Help in the Fight Against Coronavirus IoT technologies allow medical professionals to provide remote clinical services to patients, bringing better healthcare options to more people at a lower cost. Telehealth services are critical to reducing the spread of diseases like the flu and coronavirus, and they will continue to grow as more patients demand remote care. 

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