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2016 AWARDS

The WTS 2016 Awards seek to recognize the excellence in wearable, smart device & IOT innovation. The awards identify the best innovators in the market, BACK for 2016, entry is open now.
Last year, more than 200 entries were received, across 8 differing categories. For 2016 we have added another 3 categories to reflect the interest and excitement in new technologies spanning differing sectors of product and service excellence - The Rising Star Award, The Smart Home Excellence Award and the IOT CONNECT Award.
Key Dates
Entry Deadline               6 February 2016
Shortlist Announcement       15 February 2016     
Awards Ceremony              15 March 2016

Awards winners

Congratulations to the winners of the WTS Awards 2016

    Best App
  • Winner - Octagon
  • Runner up - MyBivy
    Best Consumer Product
  • Winner - Adlens
  • Runner up - Clara Swiss Tech
    IOT Connect
  • Winner - NCube
  • Runner Up - Senlab
    Healthcare Innovation
  • Winner - Walk with Path
  • Runner Up - GTX
    Innovation Award
  • Winner - EScent
  • Runner Up - Goldsmiths University
    Rising Star
  • Winner - Octagon
  • Runner Up - Gait Up
    Best AR/VR Company
  • Winner - Anyline
  • Runner Up - Atheer
    Smart Home Award
  • Winner - Senlab
  • Runner Up - iSocket
    Business Start Up Award
  • Winner – Walk With Path
  • Runner Up – Sensixa
  • Runner Up - Athletec
    Overall Wearable Winner
  • Winner - MYZONE
  • Runner Up - Misfit
    Crunchwear Editor's Award
  • Winner - Hexoskin
  • Runner Up - MIO Global

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