Blog - Wearable Tech

Does My App Need to Be FDA Regulated?

Anuva — October 30, 2014

This is part 15 of our series, “The Future of Medical Technology: Wearable Devices.” Read part 14 here. In today’s ever-changing world of technology, things have gotten more complicated with the use of apps for wearable devices. There are apps on the iPhone and Android platforms for almost everything, from tracking your run to telling …Read More

Are You Ready To Make Your Manufacturing, Post-Manufacturing & Support Pledge for Your Wearable Device?

Anuva — October 2, 2014

This is part 12 of our series, “The Future of Medical Technology: Wearable Devices.” Read Part 11 Here. It has been said “begin with the end in mind.”  This very much applies to New Product Implementations (NPI). Decisions and promises made early in any product-development process can greatly affect manufacturing and post-manufacturing support and costs. …Read More

Does Your Wearable Device Really Need a Smartphone Application?

Anuva — September 25, 2014

This is part 11 of our series, “The Future of Medical Technology: Wearable Devices.” Read Part 10 here. “There’s an app for that” is a ubiquitous statement nowadays. Does the wearable device that you are developing need a smartphone application? For the majority of wearable devices, the answer is yes. But some do not need …Read More

FAQs on Connecting a Wearable Device to the Cloud

Anuva — September 18, 2014

This is part 10 of our series, “The Future of Medical Technology: Wearable Devices.” Read Part 9 Here. When designing a wearable device, you might want to seriously consider connecting to a cloud service. Why? What exactly is the cloud? What benefits does the service provide? This article will answer those questions. The “cloud” is …Read More

A Crash Course in Choosing Biocompatible Wearable Tech Materials

Anuva — September 11, 2014

This is part 9 of our series, “The Future of Medical Technology: Wearable Devices.” Read Part 8 Here. What is the best part about wearable technology products? You can wear them while they work! This also indicates, however, that your wearable device must be made of an appropriate material to be worn safely. Rather than …Read More