100 exhibitors head to Wearable Technology Show

Next month 100 exhibitors will head to east London to show off the latest wearable tech developments at the world’s largest dedicated event.

Held at ExCeL between 10-11 March the Wearable Technology Show, now in its second year, will provide the stage for a host of innovation in the field of wearable technology, including smartwatches, with a number of company’s choosing the show to debut their products and prototypes.

Companies ranging from Microsoft, Samsung and Intel to start-ups such as Ambiotex and Nuvo will feature at the show, which is being held alongside the Augmented Reality Show.

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As well as featuring a number of UK smartwatch launches, the show will premiere a number of innovative developments in the fields of healthcare and fitness with passive foetal sensors from Nuvo and smart garments that monitor biometric data from Ambiotex.

The two-day expo will also see 200 expert speakers from companies including Google, LG and McLaren take part in a conference programme.

Lisa Doerr, chief executive officer of Wearable Technology Show, said: “This industry may have started out as ‘glasses and watches’ but the product launches at this year’s Wearable Technology Show prove without a doubt that wearable technology is about much more than accessing our emails on the go – it has valid, and valuable, applications across a wide range of industries and the products in development to aid healthcare are particularly impressive.”

The Wearable Technology also hosts The Wearable Technology Start-Up Competition, a dedicated Hackfest and The Wearables 2015, sponsored by IBM; the winners of which will be announced at the after-show networking party on 10 March at the Fox Pub next to ExCeL.

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