IEC | New standards for wearable technologies
The first example of wearable technology dates back to the 16th century when watches were worn either as necklaces or bracelets and, later, inside a pocket. Fast forward to the present day and wearable technology has become ubiquitous. While popular examples include fitness trackers and smart watches, wearable technologies are finding their way into new areas such as fashion and medical care.
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