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Authors:  (Giuseppe Andreoni, Massimo Barbieri, Luca Piccini, Dip. INDACO, Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy, and others)
Wearable Biomedical Systems (WBS) integrate a complexity of components and
technologies which are all crucial even though, sometimes, extremely simple: sensors,
actuators, materials, data communication, power control units, user interfaces, new algorithms
for signal processing, mechanical components, washability, characteristics and stability of the
sensors and their placement on the body. Moreover those factors could change according to
the activities or actions monitored and anthropometric characteristics of subjects. Its worth
noting that is a very high number of features but each essential for the proper functioning of
the entire system (without discussing the ethical and legal aspects of measuring and process
sensitive personal data). From here we can identify many strategic areas for the development
of WBS. In order to correctly address the research, especially the industrial one and its
potential exploitation, it is fundamental a rigorous analysis of the state of the art both
scientific and especially about the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and related issues. In this
context, in recent years the result of innovations supported by the international research has
primarily focused on IPR issues about textile sensors and electronic systems. This chapter
offers an overview of this knowledge. 

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