“Wearable Wednesdays” are an open community forum focused on the blending of technology, art and humanity in the Wearable Technology ecosystem. Following the success of events in San Francisco, Barcelona and London in bringing together communities working on Wearable Technologies and the Internet of Things the event is now launching in Ireland on the 28th May 2014 at the Trinity Science Gallery in Dublin: WearabelIreland.
Already confirmed speakers for the first event include:
In the Demo Spotlight Wearable’s from the following organisations will be showcased:
Register here today (Free to attend). If you have any questions about the event or would also like to be involved please contact Toby Farren (email@example.com).
mHealth & Wearables
My 20 minute talk will discuss mHealth and Wearables and I’ll try to give an overview of how the transition of the internet to a device dominated network will impact on the healthcare industry before showcasing our experiences working with:
> Seamlessly connected medical devices that help Patients with chronic diseases better self manage their health.
> Clinicians on the frontline who have transformed the way they practice and perform surgery through the use of seamlessly connected medical devices and wearable tech.
> Elite athletes who are using wearable tech to set new records and stay ahead of the competition.
After the talks and Q&A there will be a demo stand where delegates can get hands on with the mHealth tech profiled in my presentation.
Can’t make it to Dublin? Refresh this page on the 28th May after my talk and you’ll see my slides and be able to watch a video of my talk. It’s also worth checking out this comprehensive global listing of mHealth events or why not find/start another Wearable Wednesday in your city?
*** 28th May 2014 UPDATE ***
My slide deck (check back again for a video recording of the talk):
*** 19 October 2014 UPDATE ***
Unfortunately the organisers had a technical problem with the recording of this talk. I was invited back to talk at the next Wearable Wednesday Dublin and the slides and video for that quite similar talk are available here/below: