Wearable Sensors And Body-To-Body Networks

Wearable Sensors And Body-To-Body Networks

Scientists are developing mobile networks that would use humans as Internet hubs.

Naresh Kumar
  • 3 november 2010

Researchers from the Queen’s Institute of Electronics, Communications and Information Technology are developing a network that will allow people to carry wearable sensors and create mobile Internet infrastructures to provide instant connectivity anywhere they go.

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