Wearable (and washable ?) tech keeps getting better. From MobiHealth News:

San Francisco-based Spire is looking to take the work out of wearables. Instead of a device that needs to be regularly removed, recharged, or otherwise adjusted, the company’s newly announced sensor can remain unobtrusively attached to any article of clothing with no need to worry about battery life or the laundry machine. …

Users can view the data from these sensors through Spire Health Tag’s companion app, and here again Palley stressed the importance of an unobtrusive health product. The software is partitioned into separate “programs” focusing on specific goals such as improving sleep, increasing activity, or reducing tension. Users choose which program they are interested in actively tracking, and the system will only alert them when notable patterns related to that area are identified.

More about Spire here.