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.
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.