Wearable high-tech products are defined as a new generation of smart products with microchips, sensors and wireless communication features, which are developed to perform specified tasks, which users can carry on their person or integrate into a device, and which can be in different forms such as smart watches, smart glasses and smart clothes. The most important feature that a product must have in order to be defined as a wearable technology product is that it stores the data it receives from its sensors or transfers it to another device where it works simultaneously. Today, in addition to sensors, data collection technologies such as IoT (Internet of Things), cloud and Big Data are frequently used in products developed in this field. Wearable technology products, which have been preferred in the fields of daily wear, sports and entertainment in recent years, are expected to be widely used in the field of health with newly developed features.

THE FIRST WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY APPEARED IN 2000

Cyberia, a smart suit that first appeared in 2000, was made with microchips and sensors. This smart clothing, a research project, has become a pioneering product for the field of wearable technology with its ability to monitor some vital functions. Today, in the field of wearable technology, there is a trend towards light and small products such as watches, wristbands and rings rather than clothes.

WEARABLE DEVICES WILL INCREASE WORKPLACE PRODUCTIVITY

The roles of digitalization in business processes are starting to change with wearable technologies, also called wearable devices. With the use of wearable technologies in the workplace, employees will be able to establish efficient and harmonious relationships with each other, thus increasing productivity.

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY

Wearable technology has many advantages, but like any technological innovation, it also brings some disadvantages. While it has advantages such as efficiency, employee satisfaction, simultaneous use of different technologies, and the ability to perform many different tasks at the same time, it can have various disadvantages such as cost, size limitations, battery, and privacy.

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