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Over 30 launches !

21 Feb 2016
The Wearable Technology Show will be the launch platform for more than 30 companies announcing new products – many of which have never been seen before.

Among the world premieres is the launch of My Zone’s brand new innovative app and a smart clothing range, set to take wearable fitness tech to the next level. There are more global firsts in the AR Zone, where Arloopa and Artifact AR will demonstrate new SDK’s for augmented reality devices.

Wearable Life Sciences will be launching their revolutionary ANTELOPE - the world’s first performance enhancing sportswear – into the UK, as will Spartan Boxers, who have designed a stylish High-Tech Boxer Brief that protects your health and fertility.

Another smart clothing premiere is Zonesafe from Visijax, which will alert workers if they get too close to moving vehicles through warning lights and audio alarms in their vests and jackets.

Pitpatpet are launching a wearable activity monitor for owners to ensure that their dog gets the exercise it needs by keeping track of walking, running, playing and resting. Another activity tracker – though targeted at humans – will come from MIO Global, with the UK launch of their SLICE activity tracker, which provides users with a target score that’s proven to maximise lifespan and reduce risk of lifestyle-related diseases.

One of the newest additions to the show is The Economist, with their innovative virtual reality experience which brings back to life the historical collection of the Mosul Museum, raided by IS in 2014.

There are also medical and mHealth launches in the Swiss and Quebec pavilions, and visitors will also have the opportunity to browse prototypes and new devices in the Launchpad Zone.
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