Dissecting The Wearable Tech Ecosystem to Get a Glimpse on a Product’s Life Cycle

Dissecting The Wearable Tech Ecosystem

To achieve excellent functionality, a wearable device not only requires a good hardware but also an excellent user interface for optimized customer experience. For example, a patch needs to undergo tests to make sure it doesn’t cause allergies on the wearer’s skin. You may need an experienced ODM to build your product, a partnership with a powerful agency to help you with advertising and consultation, and a good retailer to sell your product. AT Wearable Technologies, we bring you the entire ecosystem of wearable tech. You can find some of our partners from the wider WT ecosystem in our exhibition area at the WT | Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco on July 11-12. Do not miss the chance to meet them in person and join us for #WTUS18!

Founded in 1999, Averna is a leader in Test & Quality solutions, delivering innovative test expertise and quality solutions for numerous clients in wide-ranging industries around the world. The company partners with product designers, developers and OEMs to help them achieve higher product quality. Averna’s expertise include Innovative test, RF & Microwave, Fiber optics, Vision inspection, Robotics & Motion, Precision assembly and Automated solutions that deliver substantial technical, financial and market benefits for its clients in the consumer electronics industry, among others. Averna possesses numerous industry certifications such as ISO and ITAR registration. Averna’s solutions facilitate brand protection, accelerate time to market, and reduce test costs. The industries served by Averna include: Aerospace & Defense, Automotive & Transportation, Consumer Electronics, Life Sciences, Semiconductors and Telecomm Infrastructure.

Voler Systems specializes in medical devices, sensors, motion control, and wireless communication. The company manufactures wearable devices, IoT devices, home health devices, and devices for the aging, among others. Since 1979, clients have turned to Voler for reliable new products involving sensors and measurement electronics. With specific knowledge about sensors, medical devices, wireless communication, and power management for battery operated devices, Voler delivers quality products on time and within budget. Voler’s design process mitigates technical risk, and the products are easily manufactured. Based in Sunnyvale, California, Voler provides full-service R&D consulting from concept to moving new products into production without problems. Voler’s clients include: Altera, Alter-G, Applied Biosystems, Applied Materials, Aurora Flight Sciences, BAE Systems, Boeing, Boston Scientific, ImetRx, Intel, JDS Uniphase, Lockheed Martin, Maxon Lift, Merck, NASA Ames, Northrop Grumman, OK International, Onda, Orbital Sciences, Philips Healthcare, Pioneer Speakers, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Radiant Medical, Rain Bird, San Francisco Muni, Sandia Labs, Savi Technology, Siemens, Spectra Physics, Stanford University, Tecan, Teikoku Pharma, Thoratec, Tyco Valves, US Bureau of Reclamation, University of California at Davis, Voyage Medical, Zosano and many more.

Dissecting The Wearable Tech Ecosystem


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Ramona Socher
Ramona Socher is Online Editor at WT | Wearable Technologies