With the exception of a few critical steps, assembling circuit boards for wearable electronics is no different than assembling conventional circuitry.
Wearable electronics initially trickled into the market with Dick Tracy-inspired watches and healthcare bracelets. They quickly gained momentum, however, and it wasn’t long before the wearables market exploded.
Today’s wearables—and new products still on drawing boards—are well beyond the current rage of smart watches. They are rapidly moving into everyday use in medical, fitness, consumer and industrial applications. They will likely soon be adopted for military and aerospace applications, as well.
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