Wide Area Network.
Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments.
These are technologies or computers integrated into articles of clothing or accessories that can be worn. Often, the wearble tech is used to quantify a physical process (such as heartbeat monitoring) or to augment human capabilities. Wearables may also be used to control external things, for example, with gestures. Because of the impracticality of wires to transmit sensor data, wearables are almost universally wireless, using a variety of communication protocols such as BLE. Examples include smartwatches, fitness bands, and Google Glasses.
Wireless Fidelity. This is a common form of local area network which operates on the 2.4 GHz band. Its popularity has led to a wide variety of devices to become Wi-Fi enabled, including smartphones, cameras, vehicles, and household appliances. Wi-Fi can be embedded into a device through designing in a Wi-Fi module.
The IEEE 802.11p standard required to support Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) applications. ITS applications include data exchange between moving vehicles and between vehicle and ITS-enabled roadside infrastructure.
A contraction of wristband and desktop, a wristop computer refers to a wearable that goes on the wrist, such as a smartwatch.