Wearable Technology Europe 2015
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Wearable Technology is a conference and tradeshow focusing on wearable technologies, applications, and their commercialization progress.
What to expect
Hear the latest progress in health & fitness, sportswear, textiles and consumer electronics
Solutions to power wearable technologies, low power controllers and complete devices
Stretchable and flexible electronics including sensors, displays and more
Hands on demonstrations
The speaker programme is carefully crafted by IDTechEx analysts. The two-day combined conference programme will consist of over 200 speakers, with 50 speakers specifically covering Wearable Technology:
- The end user view: end users from a variety of sectors such as health & fitness, sportswear, textiles and consumer electronic industries. The end users will outline their requirements and wish-list, while also discussing their latest progress. IDTechEx analysts will also provide a detailed overview of the market.
- Enabling technologies: suppliers, academics and other technologists will focus on critical enabling technologies that will shape the future of wearable technologies. Examples include low-power electronics, wireless power transfer, thin and flexible energy storage, energy harvesting, smart textiles, and flexible and/or stretchable electronics.
Crucially, Wearable Technology Europe will be co-located alongside a series of highly-relevant and synergic tradeshows and conferences on Printed Electronics, Energy Harvesting and Storage, and the Internet of Things. The speakers, attendees and exhibitors will all have access to all co-located events.
Each of these events is a leading business-orientated event in its own right, attracting key players across the value chain from investors and end users to component and material suppliers. These well-established events attract in excess of 2,000 attendees.
- Gadget makers: leading wearable technology and smart textile gadget makers will present their work. This part of the programme will showcase the latest exciting product development work in the broadly-defined field of wearable technologies.
The co-located tradeshow will feature Wearable Technology, The Internet of Things, Energy Harvesting and Printed Electronics exhibitors. The exhibition floor will bring together more than 200 exhibiting companies, creating a dynamic market place geared towards enabling technologies that will shape the future of wearable devices.