We are giving away three free passes for the 14th WT | Wearable Technology Conference in Munich Germany. Each pass is valued at $1,000. Enter the Giveaway below. Hurry. Ends Today.
You are back in your office after a week of fun at the CES in Las Vegas. If you cannot adjust to office life just yet, here is a great way to convince your boss to send you on another trip. We are giving away three free conference passes to the 14th WT Wearable Technology Conference in Munich Germany taking place on Feb. 2-3, 2015.
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This longest running Wearable Technology conference and is the must attend event for the wearables ecosystem featuring over 50 speakers from wearable technology leaders including Baidu, Intel, Adidas, Flextronics, Jawbone, BitBite and Bragi.
The conference brings together leading visionaries, senior engineers, founders of highly successful start-ups, senior scientists and business managers representing companies who are very successful in the wearables segment, IoT, Cloud or enabling technologies.
Enter to win a free pass below by completing one of the easy tasks. If you are not the gambling type, we also secured a conference pass discount for I4U readers. Enter the promotion code I4U_special to receive 20% off a Conference pass here.
About the 14th WT | Wearable Technology Conference
The conference program is complemented with a product exhibition area consisting of 100 demo tables and the WT | Fashion show taking place on 3rd of February. Conference topics include Smart Watches & Wristbands, Eyewear & Hearables, Extending the Body, Skin-based Wearables, Technologies Inside the Body, The Latest in Enabling Tech, WT and the Intelligent Environment and the WT Innovation World Cup Award Ceremony.
The following companies will be speaking at the 14th Wearable Technology conference: Adidas, Sony, Jawbone, Baidu, Bragi, Bitbite, Handicap International, Gemalto, ETH Zurich & University of Zurich, STMicroelectronics, Vivalnk, Earlens, Novel Devices Laboratory, University of Cincinnati, Flextronics, 3DLive, Formatec and Google and many more…
Last year over 500 delegates have attended the Munich conference. This year the expected number of delegates is 1,000. Find all details on the Wearable Technologies site.
The Wearable Technologies Conference kicks of the Wearable Technology Week at the ISPO 2015 show with 80,000 attendees and 2,500 exhibitors from about 110 countries.
The Wearable Technology segment is extremely fast paced right now as companies try to find out what works and what does not. Google just killed Google Glass as the product did not live up to the initial hype and also failed to address the raging privacy concerns ("glassholes").
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With Apple entering the wearable technology market in Spring another big shift will occur. The current smartwatches will basically disappear and Samsung and others will come out with something that is closer resembling the features of the Apple Watch including a digital crown (Samsung Orbis).