Zephyr: A Wearable Operating System (.PDF Download)

Wearable devices represent just one area of the Internet of Things (IoT). Health- and fitness-oriented wearable devices tend to dominate this arena, but a range of form factors and devices provide everything from biometric measurements such as heart rate and perspiration levels to security information (Fig. 1). A number of these devices have displays that allow them to operate in a standalone fashion, and most have some type of wireless-communication support.

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