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Many consumer electronics sectors are saturated, which has brought wearable technology to the forefront of development. This is the only event to look at what is really needed and the capabilities offered by new technologies. Aimed at the full ecosystem from fashion brands to material providers, attendees will uniquely learn about the trends, products and opportunities in this sector.
Wearable USA is part of the IDTechEx Show! A series of synergistic events on Printed Electronics, wearable, sensors, IoT, 3D Printing, Graphene & 2D materials, energy storage, electric vehicles and energy harvesting. Each of the events are full two-day executive conferences, co-located with a common exhibition. We co-locate these events because there is strong overlap across these topics, exposing you to the full relevant supply chains and customer and supplier bases, saving you time and money from attending separate events. With over 225 exhibitors and 3500 attendees expected under one roof, this is the largest event on emerging technologies. Attendees and exhibitors will have access to all co-located events. In one location, all these value chains are brought together creating a dynamic market place geared towards enabling technologies that will shape the future of wearable devices.See all co-located events
Congratulations on this year's event; it was one of, if not the best, organised conferences I have come across.
For our high-tech start-up taking part in the IDTechEx Wearable Technology event, was a catalytic experience. Not only did we win the Best New Wearable Technology Device - award, we also were barely capable of coping with the overwhelming interest of top level quality contacts at our stand
Exhibiting at IDTechEx Wearable Technology event was a fantastic experience for Ohmatex. We were inundated with visitors to our stand throughout the two days, generating many high quality leads. The whole event was a great exercise in raising the profile of Ohmatex's expertise in integrating sensors and electronics into textiles.
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