Wearable Technology Show 2015

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Wearable technologies have become a consumer electronics industry hot topic as the number of 'prototype' devices on show at CES 2015 in Las Vegas proved. Yet Triteq knows there's a lot more to producing a truly successful wearable than just making it small and sticking it on a wristband. Nick Valentine considers the design and analysis skills needed to engineer wearable devices and smart clothing that are truly fit for purpose. Read more of his article here.

On 10th  & 11th March Steve lane, Triteq’s COO will be at the Wearable Technology Show at Excel, which has been billed as the “biggest event for wearable, augmented reality and IOT.” The conference programme has 7 different tracks, a host of guest speakers and a series of product demonstrations.

Meet Triteq’s Steve Lane at Wearable Technology. 

Register here.

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