Wearable Technology for Homeland Security - Homeland Security TOE

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This issue of Homeland Security TOE covers developments in wearables for Homeland Security applications. Innovations profiled include:A high-definition body-worn evidence capturing with unlimited storage by TASER InternationalA Wi-Fi-enabled, badge-styled wearable camera by EdesixAn augmented reality (AR) solution for wearable heads-up displays by Applied Research AssociatesA wearable neutron detection technology by SymetricaA stereoscopic AR glass by Mistral Solutions An ultra-lightweight wearable toxic gas detection system by Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyMonitoring of first responder teams using wearable sensors by ZephyrA fire mask with integrated thermal imaging by Scott Safety.The Homeland Security

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Wearable Technology for Homeland Security - Homeland Security TOEInnovations in Wearable Technology for Homeland Security High-definition Body-worn Evidence Capturing with Unlimited StorageWi-Fi-enabled, Badge-styled Wearable CameraAugmented Reality Solution for Wearable Heads-up DisplaysWearable Neutron Detection TechnologyStereoscopic Augmented Reality GlassesUltra-lightweight Wearable Toxic Gas Detecting SensorsMonitoring of First Responder Teams Using Wearable SensorsThermal Imaging Integrated in Fire MaskStrategic PerspectivesStrategic Perspectives Key Patents and ContactsKey PatentsKey PatentsIndustry Contacts




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