Wearables in the spotlight at major technology event


The eyes of the technology world will be on Dubai as the 39th GITEX Technology Week takes place from October 6-10.vGITEX will provide the perfect platform for established business, start-ups and industry experts to showcase future innovations in tech. The event will feature 4,800 exhibitors from 97 countries spread across 26 different show sectors. It will also feature presentations from 250 industry experts. The Lifestyle Tech arena will be the hub of GITEX, spotlighting the latest in smart homes, wearables, mobile accessories, smart healthcare and more.

Plan your trip to GITEX by searching for business-friendly hotels in Dubai at Luxury-Hotels.com. If you need a rental car at Dubai International Airport, check Cheap Car Rental. For information about public transportation in Dubai, please click here. Innovations in wearables are expected to be one of the biggest attractions at GITEX, so read on as we look at what’s in store.

Cloud-Based IoT Smart Helmet

Excellent Webworld will take personal protective equipment to a whole new level at GITEX as they demonstrate their innovative Smart IoT Helmets. The product is suitable for numerous industries including automobile manufacturing, oil & mining, construction, chemical plants, industrial workshops, factories and many more.

Smart IoT Helmets allow businesses to check on the location, health condition and surrounding environment statistics of any worker who is wearing the product. It can also send an SOS signal from any worker stuck in a dangerous situation, thus increasing response times to any accidents.

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Wearables changing the face of remote healthcare

Udayan K. Mandavia, Chief Technology Officer for iPatientCare, will showcase his company’s latest innovations for cloud-based IoT implementation for remote patient monitoring and telehealth at GITEX. iPatientCare has developed a wide range of products including wearables that have had a major impact for many areas of business.

US Healthcare, US Department of Defense & US Army and NASA Space Medicine are amongst the organisations who currently use iPatientCare products. Their products allow for health information exchange, remote telehealth facilitating and anytime video calling between patients and their care providers.

Spanish innovators develop wearable osteoarthritis treatment glove

Quantic Nanotech will showcase the first home wearable osteoarthritis treatment glove system at this year’s GITEX. After successfully showing the product during the last CES 2019 Edition in Las Vegas, the Spanish-based firm announced that it will run a pilot trial series for patients in selected hospitals in Madrid.

The therapeutic all-in-one glove integrates revolutionary technologies such as shape memory alloys (SMA) that help to improve osteoarthritis treatment. It has been designed for use at home, can be controlled by internet or smartphones and also allows for remote control by health professionals.

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