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The Wearable Technology Show returns to London in March

30 Jan 2017
The Wearable Technology Show returns to London in March for its fourth outing with a strengthened focus on digital health, 6,000 attendees in its sights, global leaders and influencers on its 200-speaker strong conference programme and over 100 exhibitors showcasing the latest innovations in smart technology.

The fourth Wearable Technology Show takes place 7-8 March at ExCeL and is co-located with the AR, VR & MXR Show, IOT Connect and the brand new Digital Health Technology Show, making it Europe’s biggest event for wearables, AR & VR, IOT and connected technology.

Speakers already confirmed for 2017 include the following keynotes:
Vincent Nida, Global Brand President, L’Oreal
Greg Ivanov, Business Head, Google Daydream
Rachel Murphy, Digital Delivery Director, NHS Digital
Steve Moore, Director of Connected Home, Dixons Carphone

100 exhibitors from more than 20 countries will be on the show floor unveiling brand new products and prototypes, many of which will never have been seen before in Europe. For example:

MyndPlay
Fronted by former Apprentice candidate, Tre Azam, MyndPlay is behind the revolutionary VR-ready MyndBand EEG Brainwave headset and the MyndPlayer interactive mind controlled video platform which allows users to control, influence and interact with videogames, apps and movies using their mind and emotions.

Navdy
The Navdy Head-Up Display integrates AR with driving, to give you access to distraction-free information on a transparent screen as you drive

Stretchsense
The leading supplier of smart stretch sensors, Stretchsense’s lightweight, flexible fabric stretch sensors and low-powered circuits can be integrated into garments to feed back precise, real-time motion data to the user’s portable device.

Glass Up
GlassUp are the brains behind the UNO smart eyewear, which use AR to give the wearer access to incoming e-mails, texts and social media updates.
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