New Australian wearable technology launched at the Australian National University by Brisbane-based health-tech company WearOptimo, with partner company Aspen Medical, is designed to help in giving people wearing the microwearable sensors who are suffering from heat stress and dehydration, an instant read-out of body water or hydration levels.
GPS and wearable technology specialist Garmin has been hit by an outage and there are suspicions that this may be due to a Windows ransomware attack.
The modern nature of warehouses and the need for faster and seamless processes to meet tighter deadlines, means that Manager must now be able to communicate with warehouse operators one-to-one, at any time, or with multiple workers, in multiple parts of the warehouse – all at once.
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