Tomorrow we will be making ourselves present at our fourth expo of the year so far: The Wearable Technology Show. With over 150 speakers, 75 hours of talks, panels and stalls, we aim to once again be engaged with new companies and immersed within new tech and trends.
The Wearable Technology Show is one of the largest events for wearable technology, augmented reality & IOT. Their conference programme has 7 different tracks, offering delegates a unique opportunity to hear from some of the leading innovators in wearable technology, view the latest product demonstrations from around the world and network with the industry.
We are starting our morning with a talk on IoT from the Edge to Analytics- creating business insights & value. IoT is currently a very exciting industry trend, however, IoT can be overhyped & therefore making it confusing for businesses to understand its value. There are a number of exciting opportunities within IoT depending on the Industry you are in and the opportunity you have identified that will drive business value & return. We aim to come out of this Keynote session with more information on IoT, from connected smart cities to predicting epilepsy attacks.
Next on our agenda is a talk on The Future of Wearable Technology. So where are wearable’s heading? With wearable’s like the Apple watch constantly evolving, a list of panelist’s will be discussing the road ahead and in particular which form function they think will be most appealing to consumers primarily looking at mobility in the enterprise.
The Wearable Technology Show is a great opportunity to meet companies and tech associated with the Internet of Things (IoT). This is a market that our Information Management team has been involved with as it brings together a lot of technology areas. The team have worked with a number of exciting technology vendors who focus around Big Data and Security and if you would like to learn more about our services and the Information Management team, please contact either Anthony Lynch: Antony.firstname.lastname@example.org, Chris Johnson: email@example.com or Jamie Forrester: Jamie.Forrester@osmii.com