As more products reach commercialization, more companies are looking
at ways to utilize these technologies.
David Savastano, Editor11.09.15
In 2015, the flexible and printed electronics industry saw more new products either reaching or closing in on commercialization, from temperature sensors for children to “smart wine bottles” and OLED automotive lighting. As these products head toward the market, more brand owners look at ways they can utilize the technology.
TempTraq is one such product. Launched at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show, TempTraq, a spin out of Blue Spark Technologies, is a wearable wireless thermometer in the form of a soft patch. It continuously monitors body temperature for 24 hours, sending alerts via a unique code to Apple or Android compatible mobile devices. TempTraq is available at Amazon.com, Diapers.com and Costco.com, among others.
“Consumers are really loving TempTraq since it’s proving to be a valuable solution to an age-old problem – keeping sick children resting while also providing peace of mind to worried parents,” said Matt Ream, VP marketing, Bl
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