TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE for "Where are we with Wearables" Event in London 3rd June. Check it out and sign up now!!!
For decades, businesses, medical professionals and military forces have been utilising wearable tech. It’s only relatively recent that the private consumer market started to feature items such as fitness and health trackers, smart watches, jewellery, fashion and headsets.
With the global wearables market expected to reach a value of 19 billion US dollars by 2018, more than ten times its value five years prior, this is tech that has potential use cases for all businesses.
Come and learn from our panel of experts on how they are forging ahead in this new arena to build and sustain their competitive advantage.
Details of the event
Wednesday 3rd June from 6.30pm onwards @ Trainline, 50 Farringdon Road, EC1M 3HE
Panel members confirmed
Dave Slocombe, PO for Mobile Apps from Trainline, showcasing their Apple Watch App
Elin Haf Davis, Aparito, Patient data capture app paired with wearable text for passive monitoring
Dan Lewis, Skute, the first ever physically connected social network
Elena Crochero, Lost Values, smart materials and wearables specialists
More panel members to follow...
7.15pm Panel discussions
8.15pm Food, drinks, networking, product demos
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About our fabulous sponsor
Trainline is the UK’s leading online provider of rail tickets and journey planning and sets the pace in mobile rail-commerce with its app ranked #1 in travel. Overall, trainline is the UK’s 5th largest e-commerce player. To date, Trainline has very successfully helped British rail passengers to save money, time and hassle by providing the best place to plan & purchase rail travel.
The next chapter for Trainline is to broaden its services and to offer those to a wider range of travellers. Integrating beyond advanced purchase and beyond rail, Trainline will be a “travel buddy” in the traveller’s pocket/bag, dynamically supporting them towards a personalized door-to-door journey experience which may include buses, taxis or other ground transport, for one-time trips or regular journeys (season tickets), and for both domestic trips or travel across international borders