As digitization becomes more prevalent, it could create new levels of competition, according to a report by McKinsey & Company. Investing the correct amount in the vital sectors of digitization will be another crucial success factor. The report suggests if companies are confident in their investments, digitization in the supply chain can provide a 2.3% boost to revenue growth. For a company, total assertive digitization across the board could boost revenue growth by 11.2%. At our upcoming WT | Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco on July 11-12, we invited innovators from all over the world that will showcase their products and keep us updated on the latest trends and innovations. Do not miss the chance to meet and listen to them in person and join us for #WTUS18!
Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides a broad set of products and services you can use as building blocks to run sophisticated and scalable applications. Running your applications in the AWS Cloud can help you move faster, operate more securely, and save substantial costs; all while benefiting from the scale and performance of the cloud. The AWS platform handles demanding requirements for virtually any application. With over 1 million monthly active customers across every industry, AWS has the proven capability to meet your specific business needs for scale, operations, security, and compliance.
Vinicius Senger, Senior Technical Evangelist at Amazon Web Services, will be speaking at our WT | Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco. Mr. Senger’s topic will be “IoT + Wearable + Healthcare + Alexa: live-demos, cases and thousands of possibilities.”
Wearable X brings together design and technology to create a better quality of life. The NYC-based company was launched in Sydney in 2013 with a product centred around touch. The first development of the haptic platform was Fundawear: vibrating underwear for couples in long distance relationships. Done in partnership with Havas for a Durex campaign, the success of this campaign led to the launch of Wearable Experiments (now Wearable X). Other products offered by the company are: Nadi X yoga pants – a personal digital yoga coach; NAVIGATE – a jacket that helps the wearer find her destination; Jersey X – a wirelessly connected jersey that communicates interceptions, turnovers, touchdowns, fumbles, and more so you can feel the excitement of every highlight in the game.
Wearable X CEO Billie Whitehouse will be speaking about “Bringing together design and technology to create a better quality of life through experience and fashion,” at our WT | Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco.
NASA doesn’t need further introduction. This U.S. government agency has made enormous contributions to the world of space exploration, from the moon landing to the International Space Station. NASA is led by Administrator Jim Bridenstine, NASA’s 13th administrator. NASA is committed to providing all categories of small businesses an opportunity to participate in both NASA prime contracts and subcontracts.
Cody Wayne Burkhart, ARED (Advanced Resistive Exercise Device) Project Manager, PSION (Physiology-Sensing Intelligent Optimization Nucleus) Lab Chief, Strategic Relationships Shepherd at NASA will be speaking at our WT | Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco. Cody will discuss “Developing Immersive, Intelligent, Bio-feedback Exercise Systems.”
HP or Hewlett-Packard was founded in Palo Alto, California in 1979. The company manufactures Desktops, Laptops, Printers, Scanners, IT services, IT consulting, and more. HP’s vision is to create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere — every person, every organization, and every community around the globe.
Joanna Popper, Global Head of Virtual Reality for Location Based Entertainment at HP, will be speaking at our WT | Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco. She will talk about “Virtual Reality for location-based entertainment.”