Added 11 September, 2013
The Japanese car company Nissan has jumped into the wearable tech race announcing a smartwatch concept that connects drivers with their cars. The watch will provide drivers with real-time biometric data and monitor the efficiency of their vehicles, to offer overall performance data while on track (or highway). And the car company says this is just the beginning. Three key technologies have already identified for future development: ECG (Electrocardiogram) to measure the heart and identify early fatigue, EEG (Electroencephalogram) to monitor drivers’ levels of concentration and emotions, and help athletes to get ‘In The Zone’; and Skin Temperature, to record core body temperature and hydration levels. Can we expect other wearable tech to connect us to our machines? WikiTrend says "yes."