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03 Feb 2017

Technology helps break boundaries across all sectors but a particularly exciting and rapidly developing area is in digital health. From more advanced body scanning and bionic limbs to the rise in wearable health devices, the developments in the health sector can help change behaviour, educate and even save lives.

This year’s Wearable Technology Show encompasses the brand new Digital Health Technology Show where visitors can interact with groundbreaking technologies in health care such as AR and VR surgery simulators and strength training devices.

Some of the launches at this year’s show, which takes place 7-8 March at ExCeL in London, include:

  • Activbody – UK Preview
    UK preview of Activ5, a wireless-enabled, handheld isometric-based strength training device that, along with the Activ5 Companion App, coaches users through five-minute full body workouts and measures data such as strength, precision and other personal metrics.
  • Touch Surgery

Straight from rave reviews at CES, Touch Surgery is the leading mobile surgical simulation platform with amazing new surgical training capabilities, allowing people to perform next to ‘real-life’ surgical procedures.

  • E-Sense

Also previewed at CES, E-Sense’s Helios Smart Ring has three smart coaches to monitor and coach our Vitamin D, sunlight and daylight intake and exposure.

  • Proximie

A revolutionary application transforming the way surgeons work and teach, using an interactive AR platform that gives surgical support seamlessly from anywhere in the world, resulting in better patient care, reduced costs and a highly engaging training experience.

Alongside innovative product launches, visitors will be able listen to insightful speeches from healthcare technology experts such as Juliet Bauer, Director of Digital Experience, NHS England, Damien Marmion, COO, AXA Global Life, John Bernard, EMEA Marketing Director, Dexcom and Bill Bunting, Co-Founder, Aloha Health.

The Wearable Technology Show continues to grow from strength to strength, breaking new boundaries in terms of our global audience, reach and content each year,” commented the Wearable Technology Show’s COO, John Weir.

The launch of the Digital Health Technology Show for 2017 is particularly exciting for visitors: digital health is one of the most innovative, ground-breaking and, literally, life-changing areas of 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. 6,000 attendees will network and learn from global leaders and influencers on its 200-speaker strong conference programme and over 100 exhibitors showcasing the latest innovations in smart technology.

There is a 30% discount for NHS staff using code DHTSNH30


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