Wearable Tech to Increase in Use

Modern technology has always had a very important impact on our lives. While it seems that technology can no longer exceed what it has already accomplished, there are bound to be more and more advancements plumbing in the next decade. According to Chris Burch, One way that technology will continue to enhance our lives in the future is through the use of wearable technology.

 

Wearable technology has already been around for the past few years. It has continued to gain prevalence in the technology and fashion industry including smart watches, smart eyeglasses, and even smart shoes. While these products are already very popular, they are likely only the start of a new and emerging product line. There are several other expected wearable technology changes coming in the next few years.

 

One type of wearable technology that will be used in the future will be helpful for people who like to ride bicycles or motorcycles. While both of these sports are already equipped with safety features such as helmets and pads, there are more improvements coming. Experts expect that within the next few years there will be a new airbag system that will be available for users of bicycles and motorcycles, with this piece of technology you will wear something around your neck that will look small and unassuming. However if you were in an accident that triggers it’s response, it will immediately act as a type of air. This will help to protect your neck and head.

 

Another group of people that will likely receive a substantial improvement in wearable technology in the future will be firefighters and first responders. The newest type of technology that is likely coming is known as a smart glove. This new glove will come with a wide range of features that will allow a firefighter to better gauge a fire, predict hazards, and keep close tabs on the precise location of other members of their unit. This will greatly help to improve the overall of all involved will help make them more effective in saving lives.

 

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