Often touted as one of the most significant applications of the Internet of Things, and with good reasons, wearable technology has opened up a plethora of avenues for research and development and there is no end to the applications that can follow.
Fitness and health oriented wearables often offer biometric measurements such as heart rate, pulse rate, perspiration and at times complex measurements like oxygen or haemoglobin in the bloodstream are slowly getting available. Such technology advancements might even help monitor alcohol levels and other similar computations via wearable technology.
The wearable domain is already one of the top catalysts to push the IoT device market towards these heights. The ability to sense, store, and track biometric measurements time and again for proper treatment and monitoring itself has opened up a plethora of application and solution development avenues.