WTEU19: New Industries, New Markets for a Smarter World

Copenhagen School of Design and Technology (KEA),
Image: Casio

The 33rd WT | Wearable Technologies Conference will take place on February 5-6 and will once again be THE meeting point for global professionals of the entire wearable ecosystem. This year for the first time the event will be part of ISPO tradeshow located in the brand new innovation hall C6 of Messe Munich. More than 60 high-level speakers coming from Bayer, Odlo, Casio, Gore, Microsoft and STMicroelectronics will give you the latest insights into their applications and digitalization strategies via IoT and WT solutions and drive your business development. The unique agenda is covering the latest trends and developments of the tremendously growing wearables market.

To be a winner in the increasingly competitive environment, companies need to make significant investments in technologies to lower costs, boost access to care delivery, and enhance care. The microelectronic is improving our daily life. We are in a perpetual state of change. To keep up with the state of the art technology will be more and more difficult for only one single company. That is why new companies are emerging every day to deal with these issues.

MOMES GmbH is specialized in developing software and hardware solutions for any kind of sensor measurement and signal analysis. This privately owned company was found in 2009. The team members are still in the microelectronic business since decades. The idea behind momes is to combine all special skills with a worldwide network of research institutions in one company.

Dirk Sandrock, CEO & Founding Partner at MOMES will be speaking at our 33rd WT | Wearable Technologies Conference on February 5-6. Mr. Sandrock will discuss “Why google glass and augmented reality failed so far or how much data do you need in action?”

Copenhagen School of Design and Technology (KEA) offers practice-oriented, higher education developed in close cooperation with the business community and educational institutions in Denmark and abroad. KEA has a number of labs with access to VR equipment, Drones, 3-D printers, and more.

Dr. Petra Ahde-Deal, Docent of Design at KEA, will be speaking at our 33rd WT | Wearable Technologies Conference on February 5-6. Dr. Ahde-Deal’s topic will be “Wearables Becoming Part of the Everyday.”

Image: KEA

Casio, a Japanese multinational consumer electronics company, is contributing greatly to the wearable technology. From handheld scanner to industrial terminal or smartwatches – CASIO supplies innovative hardware solutions for mobile data capture and internal communications that are precisely tailored to the needs of modern working life. Reliable, durable and easy to use: for smooth and efficient work.

Thomas Uppenkamp, Sales manager at Casio, will be speaking at our 33rd WT | Wearable Technologies Conference on February 5-6. Mr. Uppenkamp will discuss “Smartwatches for Efficient Communications in Occupational Environments.”

Meet those international experts at the WT | Wearable Technologies Conference at ISPO Munich in hall C6 Feb 5-6!

Join us with 20% discount by using the code WT20 Register here

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Cathy Russey
Cathy Russey () is Online Editor at WT | Wearable Technologies and specialized in writing about the latest medical wearables and enabling technologies on the market. Cathy can be contacted at info(at)wearable-technologies.com.