Connect2HealthFCC - Ingestibles, Wearables and Embeddables
Publication/Creation DateJanuary 28 2015
Description"Recent advances in broadband-enabled sensor technology offer the potential for the emergence of more convenient, ultimately less-costly – and less-invasive – solutions. For example, we may soon see widespread use of smart clothing (or smart “tattoo” applications) that use skin-based sensors to measure things like heart rate, respiration and blood pressure. These new types of technologies are generically called “ingestibles,” “wearables” and “embeddables.”"
Date archivedOctober 30 2020
Last editedNovember 5 2020
How to cite this entry
Federal Communications Commission (FCC). (January 28 2015). "Connect2HealthFCC - Ingestibles, Wearables and Embeddables". Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/Detail/objects/4974