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Added Intelligence Transforms Medical Sensors Into Diagnostic Devices

Photonics Spectra
May 2017
Small, robust and with low power requirements, optical sensors are increasingly being incorporated into wearable, on-body devices.

MARIE FREEBODY, CONTRIBUTING EDITOR, marie.freebody@photonics.com

As sensors shrink in size, they are able to reach places that were previously inaccessible — such as inside the human body. What is more, incorporating such increasingly tiny sensors within a medical device means there is more space left for added functionality. Medical devices of the future will not only have the capacity to sense but will also perform meaningful analysis and diagnostics.

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