The wearable technology that as of early 2016 has seen most use in trucking is the smart watch, like this Apple Watch, thus far largely as an extension of in-cab communications and other tech.
Wearable technologies—or more simply “wearables,” the new word that’s emerged to reference them—carry the promise of the next level in technological advancement, bridging the gap between humans and electronic device interactivity and information flow. But much of the energy surrounding wearables remains potential rather than kinetic, and the tech hasn’t yet brought on the mass adoption and idiomatic sea change that smartphones have, for example. So are ...
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