by Johanna Mischke

November 10, 2014

Wearables for Managing Epidemics

New Ebola research by the Arizona State University demonstrates that quick and forceful implementation of control interventions are necessary to control outbreaks and avoid far worse scenarios. And this is not only true for the Ebola epidemic but also for other plagues of our times. At WT we took a closer look at wearable devices […]

by Johanna Mischke

November 5, 2014

A World Premiere: WT | Wearable Week

WT | Wearable Technologies is proudly announcing the world’s first WT | Wearable Week from February 2-8 in Munich (Germany). Join us and be part of this exciting week around wearables where more than 50 speakers will be featured on the WT I Wearable Technologies Conference program and 100 exhibitors will join forces to meet […]

by Zuriñe Dopacio González

November 3, 2014

News Roundup – October 2014

Companies are starting to hurry unveiling their latest gadgets just in time for the Christmas season. The new products offer even more sophisticated fitness monitoring and a stronger focus on the software. And we scanned the crowdfunding platforms for the hottest wearables this month. Microsoft enters the Wearable Market Microsoft has launched its first wearable : […]

by Serpil Döring

October 27, 2014

Interview with Andrea Onetti, STMicroelectronics

Interview Andrea Onetti, General Manager Volume MEMS & Analog Division, STMicroelectronics Title sponsor of WT Wearable Technologies Innovation World Cup (submission until 15 Nov 2014) Many products of your company fit perfectly to the upcoming megatrend of Wearable Technologies and Internet of Things. What are the most relevant products? ST sees the Internet of Things […]

by Stefanie Crucius

October 22, 2014

Survey by Canatu: The Future of Wearable Touch Devices

Few months ago Bob Senior from Canatu presented at our WT I Wearable Technologies Conference 2014 I USA in San Francisco. Canatu is an award-winning innovator of carbon nanotube-based flat, flexible and formable touch screens and touch sensitive surfaces. Canatu explored the “Future of wearable touch devices” with a survey. Find out what the respondents […]