Today everything seems to be connected to the internet, and I mean everything. The Internet of Things (IoT) is moving from appliance and vehicles to wearables and human sensor technologies. Connected wearables are devices worn by a person that collect data, such as body metrics, location, and environmental information. This information can then be used to provide human experiences through devices such as smartwatches, eye glasses (Google Glass as example), or fitness and activity trackers. Like connected cars, connected wearables are designed to improve convenience and interaction within our environment.

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