Wearable Technologies News Roundup – July

It‘s been another great month for the wearable technologies industry with lots of activities and innovations popping up. Pixie Scientific started an Indiegogo campaign, offering smart diapers that monitor children‘s health. Another great application of biochemistry in the wearable sector seeking funding is a patch that claims to be a non-toxic solution against the threat of malaria infections through mosquitoes. In July we’ve also seen two interesting new accelerators showing up and the Wearable Technologies Conference was a highlight for experts and innovators in the WT industry...

Recap Day 2 @ Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco

Standardization and interoperability are key factors and the reason why this market is already growing and is expected to increase tremendously within the next...

Recap Day 1 @ Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco

"We envision a connected world, in which everything in people’s life will have computing power, wireless connectivity, and a lot of sensors. Wearable technologies...

VIDEO: 2013 Wearable Technologies Conference, San Francisco, USA

Here some first impressions from our Wearable Technologies Conference 2013 in San Francisco. More will follow soon:

Wearable Technologies Group’s New Market Research Now Available

At the Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco (July 22 and 23 2013), WT released a new research report on wearable technologies, created in...

New Wearable Technologies Report Coming up in July

Beecham Research and Wearable Technologies will be publishing a report on wearable technologies in July. We interviewed two of the bright minds behind this...