Thomas Jull’s Hot Topic: Wearables

In his latest blog for MDT Magazine, Thomas Jull takes on wearables.

Initially sceptical about consumer wearables, Thomas explores the widespread applications for the medical sector and considers its possibilities to enhance healthcare.

Through his investigation, Thomas shows how wearables could be a worthwhile investment in personal health, and even a way of saving on medical bills later. From an engineering perspective, he also looks closely at where the tech itself is heading.

Read Thomas’ Wearables Blog

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