by Johanna Mischke

June 5, 2011

Preview Bike Expo 2011

For its third consecutive year, the Wearable Technologies Show will be in attendance at the BIKE EXPO 2011. The innovations we will feature from the field of bike-related Wearable Technologies, including body area networks, GPS, active lighting and action video recording, will show you how you can improve your cycling experience and make it safer. […]

by Johanna Mischke

June 5, 2011

The Sixth Dimension in Wearable Technologies

Christian Stammel, CEO Navispace AG and founder of Wearable Technologies, on the sixth dimension of Wearable Technologies: Because WT so closely relates to the functions of human beings, WT products should cater to all five human senses – hearing, sight, touch, taste and smell. Dimension one (hearing) covers such products as hearing aids and Bluetooth […]

by Johanna Mischke

June 5, 2011

WT for an aging population

These days, we have modern medicine to thank for longevity. But with this long life comes a need to live independently as long as possible. According to the German Federal Statistical Office, DeStatis, there will be a deficit of 260,000 caregivers until 2025. And Germany is not alone with this problem – the need for […]

by Johanna Mischke

June 5, 2011

Shoot, watch, share – wearable cameras

Skateboarders do it, Snowboarders do it, almost all action sports enthusiasts do it or have done it once – they have all filmed themselves or have been filmed in action. Because they allow you to shoot directly, from a first-person view, wearable cameras offer totally new perspectives. The image quality offered by the latest models […]

by Johanna Mischke

May 3, 2011

Inside WT Conference 2011

This year’s WT Conference @ispo 2011 was a great success. For those who weren’t able to attend this time we would like to give an insight into the most interesting talks: Ulrike Köhler, (General Manager Running) of Nike Deutschland GmbH presented the Nike+ sports community and the latest developments regarding the new Nike+ SportWatch GPS […]