INDUSTRIAL AND ENTERPRISE APPLICATION
These centre on wrist-worn terminals that provide real-time data. They are helpful to monitor factory processes and can alert workers when it is time to update stock. Devices like smart glasses and bands are expected to be rapidly adopted for remote, 'deskless' workers in the industrial segment.
These integrate personal networks, sensors, external communications and power to manage these systems. These subsystems need to be high performing, durable, rugged yet lightweight.
Designing Wearable Devices in
the context of IoT
Depending on the complexity of the device, systems involving wearables can be both simple and complex. Advanced navigation devices, typically used by mountain hikers can connect directly to a GPS system. In this kind of system, there are no smartphones.
When designing wearable technology, it is important to keep in mind the distributed system architecture. The impact it has on the design is that the functionality of the device is distributed across several devices. All these different devices have their own capabilities. This inter usability between devices is what creates a seamless user experience.
Organisations and designers need to consider how users will be interacting with the device and its associated system architecture to create the optimal user experience. The human and technical limitations such as the range of the wireless network, the design etc. need to be taken under consideration.
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