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The World of Wearables

22 November 2017 | IET London: Savoy Place

 

Exhibitor and supporter profiles


9degrees (logo) Nine Degree Products

Nine Degree Products is a specialist wearables development company based in Brighton and London.

NDP innovate with established brands and ambitious start-ups to create IoT products that will have a positive impact on people’s lives and excel when working on wellness, health, sports and fitness product applications.

NDP are experts in hardware, sensors, wireless, portable IoT wearables, and smart fabrics.
 

IET Connect (logo) IET Connect

At IET Connect, we understand how important your education and early career are. The IET supports your academic and professional development, but if you're facing other challenges that are impacting on your studies or work, we're here for you.

There is no concern too great or too small to talk to us about. Call us on +44 (0)20 7344 5498 (Mon-Fri 9-5pm UK time) or email us on ietconnect@theiet.org.
 

Infi-tex logo Infi-tex

Infi-tex push the future of textiles and will be demonstrating their pressure sensors which are formed from a resistive smart textile that uses patented quantum technology.

Touch-recognition enabled textile sensors have the ability to disrupt growing markets such as; personal care and safety, wearable technology and digital health. 
 

Trackener (logo) Trackener

Trackener is revolutionising the equine care with data and technology. Trackener Life is a revolutionary 24/7 horse monitoring device that helps horse owners take the best care of their horses by giving them access through our app to unique insights about the horse's activity, sleep, anxiety and exercise sessions.

Our device can be worn on a comfortable vest when in the field or in the stable, and on a saddle girth strap when being ridden. More information can be found on the Trackener website.
 

WEAR Sustain (logo) WEAR Sustain

WEAR Sustain is a 2 year, €3m project funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation initiative, to foster collaboration between arts and creative professionals with people from technology and engineering industries, to shift the development of the wearables, smart and electronic textile landscape towards a more sustainable and ethical approach.

The project is running its second and final Open Call, to award up to 26 co-creation projects with €50k each to develop prototypes that address sustainability issues and societal challenges. The deadline for applications is 15th January 2018.

Project results will form recommendations for a sustainability strategy, outlining new approaches to design, production, manufacturing and business models. The aim is to help entrepreneurs, stakeholders and citizens become more aware of the issues involved in making and using wearable technologies, and demand better from technology companies, manufacturers and governments. The project runs until December 2018.
 

 
Supporters

WoW WOMEN

 

WoW WOMEN - Women of Wearables is UK’s and Europe's first organisation for women in wearable tech, fashion tech, IoT and VR/AR.

 

CuteCircuit
CuteCircuit
is a pioneer in the field of Wearable Technology.

Francesca and Ryan, CuteCircuit’s co-founders and designers have been working together since 2001, finally founding CuteCircuit in 2004.

 
 

Interlaced is a link between startups, companies, academia & consumers for the next wave of fashion.
 


Virtual Umbrella help businesses tap into the commercial and creative potential of immersive technology.
 

   

Bright Sign Glove is a data glove equipped with machine learning to translate sign language hand gestures to text and speech

Exhibitor

Pricing

Standard - £8.33

Programme

17:30 - 19:00 - Registration, exhibition & light Buffet
 
19:00 - 21:00 - Main talks
 
21:00 - 22:00 - Drink reception & networking
 
22:00 - Close