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New for 2017

Now in its fourth year, The Wearable Technology Show is now firmly established as the number one event for smart technology anywhere in the world. Our 2016 show saw record numbers of both exhibitors and visitors attend in London and this trend is set to continue on the 7th & 8th March 2017.

 


For 2017, the show will be even bigger and better and co located with

  • The Digital Health Technology Show – bringing the latest healthcare innovations under one roof
  • Smart Home Show – the event for the connected home, technology and user innovation
  • AR, VR & MXR Show – for the third year, Europe’s biggest event for augmented, virtual and mixed reality returns to London
  • IOT Connect Show – the biggest event for the internet of things

The conference programme at WTS 2017 will again be the most comprehensive of any connected technology show, offering 6 different streams.

Additionally, a major feature of the expo’s show floor will be the Innovation Theatre, showcasing the latest products, prototypes, strategies and thinking in Wearables and Healthcare.

For developers, a dedicated conference stream and workshops will again offer the opportunity to learn more about the opportunities existing in the connected economy.

For further information about the event and opportunities for speaking, sponsoring or exhibiting at The Wearable Technology Show 2017, please complete the form below

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