Imec and Holst Centre recently announced a 2.3-/2.4-GHz transmitter for wireless sensor applications compliant with 4 wireless standards (IEEE802.15.6/4/4g and Bluetooth Low Energy).
NASA has been developing a smartphone peripheral, or lab on a chip, with 32 nanosensor bars that are capable of “smelling” just about anything.
I had the opportunity at last week’s mHealth Summit, along with iMedicalApps senior editor Felasfa Wodajo, to sit down with Julien Penders, program director of the Human++ program at the Holst Center, a division of imec. The Holst Center houses 2500 engineers, computer scientists, and other developers doing disruptive research in Europe very similar to what […]
IMEC researchers are working on developing embedded nose sensor technology in smartphones that will allow the devices to smell by 2015.