WTEU19: Challenging the Status Quo and Creating a Culture of Innovation in Wearables

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Image: Gore Innovation Center

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.

We are experiencing innovation at a very high pace. But those who do not make an effort to fully understand the true meaning of innovation will think that innovation is all about developing new products. Actually, innovation is “breaking out of the status quo and turning a novel and useful idea into a solution that adds merit from a consumer’s perspective.”

At our 33rd WT | Wearable Technologies Conference on February 5-6, we will highlight great thought leaders and innovators from all over the globe. While these innovators will be speaking at the conference, the companies themselves will showcase their breakthrough innovations. The companies and their leaders speaking at the conference are listed below. Do not miss the chance to meet and listen to them in person and join us for #WTEU19!

Lightricity has developed the world best photovoltaic energy harvester for indoor light environments. Under artificial light such as white LED or Fluorescent bulbs, Lightricity PV technology achieves a conversion efficiency over 35% in the lab, and over 30% in production. Lightricity technology was originally developed from 2012 at Sharp Laboratories of Europe in Oxford. Lightricity Ltd was founded in 2017 by the main inventors to further develop and commercialize its world-leading energy harvesting technology. Lightricity’s office and laboratory are located at Sharp Innovation Centre, in the Oxford Science Park.

Matthias Kauer, CEO of Lightricity will be speaking at our 33rd WT | Wearable Technologies Conference on February 5-6. Mr. Kauer will be discussing “The World’s Highest Efficiency Indoor Photovoltaic Technology – a Perpetual Source of Power.”

WTEU19 innovations
Image: Lightricity

Located in Santa Clara, California, the Gore Innovation Center is where Silicon Valley explores with Gore: a space where our thoughts, skills and experiences unite, sparking new ideas and opportunities. Since 1958, Gore has pushed the envelope of materials expertise with thousands of products that change lives and industries. Whether they protect explorers atop the world’s highest peaks, travel deep into space to enable new discoveries, or work inside the human body to save and improve lives, Gore products solve complex problems and perform as promised, time and time again. And as the company that invented expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) – a remarkably versatile polymer that is chemically inert, lightweight and strong – Gore Innovation remains a worldwide fluoropolymer leader committed to collaborating closely with our partners to solve the toughest technical challenges.

Linda Elkins, Chief Technology Officer of Gore Innovation Center, will be speaking at our 33rd WT | Wearable Technologies Conference on February 5-6. Mr. Linda will be discussing “The Role of Advanced Materials in Wearables.”

The Datwyler Group is a focused industrial supplier with leading positions in global and regional market segments. With its technological leadership and customized solutions, the Group delivers added value to customers in the markets served. Datwyler concentrates on markets that offer opportunities to create more value and sustain profitable growth. The Sealing Solutions Division is a leading supplier of customized sealing solutions to global market segments, such as the health care, automotive and general industries. With a total of some 50 operating companies, sales in over 100 countries and more than 8,000 employees, the Datwyler Group generates annual revenue of some CHF 1,300 million. The Group has been listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange since 1986.

Thilo Schmierer, Business Development Manager at Daetwyler will be speaking at our 33rd WT | Wearable Technologies Conference on February 5-6. Mr. Thilo will talk about “Soft Dry Electrodes for Long-Term Use,”

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

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