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    IoT Wearables

    Smart IoT applications

IoT Wearables Smart applications

The Internet of Things aims to improve and empower our life; and this also and above all through the wearables, where we “wear” the intelligent electronic part.

A typical example are the hi-tech devices with which we monitor our daily physical activity, heart rate and many other useful information for our health. But IoT goes much further.

The gesture- and voice-controlled wearable technology is the next step in the evolution of human-computer interaction and has the potential to free users from tedious interface methods like mouse and keyboards through natural user interfaces.

Natural interfaces par excellence are gestures and voice; this is the most natural way for men to interact with machines. This opens the use of digital to many more people and enables new business models.


  • scalable technology

  • natural interface with voice and gestures

  • productivity boost thanks to Artificial Intelligence

  • free and natural hand/fingers movements like no other controller on the market

Over the course of history we have gone from computers used through command lines, then Apple introduced mice and window interfaces, finally in the last 20 years there was the revolution of smartphones through touch screens. The next step will be the improvement of technology, command by voice and the introduction of freehand gestures without the need for other tools around. This transition is especially relevant for robotics, gaming, sport, VR/AR industries and applications.

Currently on the market there is no single technology able to transform the way human and machine interface occurs in different sectors (gaming, robotics, VR/AR), such as ours.

Our Tactigon technology is a series of software and smart devices able to satisfy various industries; the first programmable, AI-driven, universal wearable-gesture and software with voice controller: a wireless, ergonomically designed wearable (placed on the palm of the hand) controller that enables, for the first time, fast and precise AI-driven voice and gesture recognition in any environment and condition (no specific lab or camera driven set needed).

This is scalable to multiple setting: industrial, medical, robotics, etc.
Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things are constantly evolving, and so will wearable technologies, working together to achieve a progressive improvement of the user experience.