Nanomaterial-based wearable sensors have already marked their presence with a significant distinction.
A Stretchable-Hybrid Low-Power Monolithic ECG Patch with Microfluidic Liquid-Metal Interconnects and Stretchable Carbon-Black Nanocomposite Electrodes for Wearable Heart Monitoring
A stretchable electrocardiogram (ECG) patch (SEP) that monolithically integrates ECG monitoring chip-on-board (COB) with polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) and liquid-metal interconnects is presented.
Triboelectric Self-Powered Wearable Flexible Patch as 3D Motion Control Interface for Robotic Manipulator
Triboelectric nanogenerators and sensors can be applied as human− machine interfaces to the next generation of intelligent and interactive products, where ﬂexible tactile sensors exhibit great advantages for diversiﬁed applications such as robotic control.
Triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) is a promising technology because it can harvest energy from the environment to enable self-sustainable mobile and wearable electronic devices.
Development of Thermoelectric and Electromagnetic Hybrid Energy Harvester from Water Flow in an Irrigation System
A hybrid energy harvester is presented in this paper to harvest energy from water flow motion and temperature difference in an irrigating pipe at the same time.
Due to the increasing and urgent requirement of controlling accuracy in attitude and heading ﬁelds, the design and optimization of a detection system is becoming more difﬁcult than before, especially in multi-axis detection and application.