IoT-based smart wearables are devices that are worn on the body and are connected to the internet through the Internet of Things (IoT). These devices can sense, collect, and transmit data about the wearer’s activities, environment, and health, and can often be controlled and accessed through a smartphone or other device. Some examples of IoT-based smart wearables include:
Fitness trackers: These devices are worn on the wrist or waist and track the wearer’s physical activity, sleep patterns, and other health metrics. They can often be synced with smartphone apps to allow users to view and analyze their data.
Smartwatches: Smartwatches are wearable devices that can function as both fitness trackers and smart phones. They can display notifications, run apps, and track the wearer’s activity and health metrics.
Smart glasses: These devices are worn on the head and can display information in the wearer’s field of view. They can be used for a variety of applications, such as augmented reality, navigation, and hands-free communication.
Smart clothing: Smart clothing is clothing that includes embedded sensors and other technology to monitor the wearer’s activity and environment. Examples include shirts that track heart rate and posture, and socks that track foot movement and prevent blisters.