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IDTechEx: Independent research on emerging technologies

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Tess broadly covers the sensor space at IDTechEx, including the following topic areas: Wearable Sensors includes everything from smart watches and virtual reality to skin patches and medical devices. The miniaturization of accelerometers and biometric sensors alongside innovations in batteries for mobile devices has seen the market for wearable technology grow significantly in the last decade. IDTechEx has closely followed the trends in this technology during this time and Tess is covering the latest trends in wearable use as the sector become more established. This includes projects on the use of wearable sensors for digital health and wellness. Gas Sensor technology includes a vast range of sensing principles – including electrochemistry, photonics, and AI. Despite being an older technology, emerging markets in the air quality, medical and industrial markets are placing new demands on the performance required for gas sensors. Tess covers the latest innovations and manufacturing, material science and software driving growth in this field.

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