Wearable technology is any computing device that is worn on the person and are a part of the Internet of Things, a system of interrelated computing devices. For example, an Apple Watch may connect to an iPhone, which may connect to a car. Wearable devices such as fitness trackers and smart watches are worn on the skin and can track and communicate biofeedback and ambient data.
Wearable technology assists patients of different conditions. Patent attorney Derek Fahey has years of experience with patents of wearable technology. For example, Derek has worked on this wearable technology patent: US10763588B2 – Patient tracking system for monitoring patient data, which reduces interfering signals coming from a patient’s body. This invention helps medical facilities to track signals more accurately from a patient tracking device.
If you invented a piece of wearable technology that costed a substantial amount of time and money, it is important to seek help from an intellectual property attorney who is experienced in patenting wearable technology to protect your invention. Contact patent attorney Derek Fahey, Esq. for a free consultation to discuss your wearable technology application and how we can help protect your intellectual property.