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Fitness trackers such as FuelBand, Jawbone, and Fitbit have led the way in familiarising consumers with wearable technology. Watchie, a device created with Concirrus, is designed to help alzheimer sufferers, it allows a wearer’s whereabouts to be located reliably, both indoors and outdoors, helping careers and comforting families.
A startup called Ultrahaptics aims to make gesture control and virtual reality more engaging by using ultrasound waves to let you feel like you’re touching virtual objects and surfaces with your bare hands. Applications could include improving navigation for the visually impaired by projecting the sensation of Braille letters onto finger.
Air pollution affects each and every one of us; the health impacts are considerable, and have become a well-understood and widely publicised issue. Change London have created AirSensa, a UK-wide network of urban air quality monitors, starting in Greater London, to monitor and visualise air quality right down to individual street level.
Xavier Vilajosana's main research interests are the development of low power protocols, with the emphasis on standardisation. Within the framework of the OpenWSN project, he has implemented the 6LowPan, RPL, RSVP and GMPLS standards.
“Silicon Valley has this misconception that if the technical feature is well-built enough, consumers will lap it up, no matter what it looks like. This is not the case,” adds Kate Unsworth, founder and CEO of Kovert Designs, a London-based startup that’s launching sleek, smart jewelery.
Mannequins are now digitally tracking UK shoppers. Three major UK stores have become the first to trial mannequins embedded with beacon technology, designed to give nearby customers relevant information. Hear more from the company founder, Jonathan Berlin at the summit.
Video: Increasingly our phones are able to monitor our movements and personal health - but what about our clothes? French company Cityzen Sciences has developed a smart t-shirt, that measures statistics including your heart rate.
With smart textiles we can "download new colours or patterns" to our clothes, said Francesca Rosella, Creative Director at CuteCircuit. "By embedding nanotechnology into fabrics, we can create "smart textiles" that are conductive, or even computational. Now through nanotechnology, some fabric can be coated with particles of silver or gold to become a conductive fabric.
Paul Clarke, Director of Technology at Ocado: "IoT is bout creating new efficiencies. It isn’t just about ‘things’ like meters and sensors. It’s about people, too. We’re working on robotics technology for automated product-picking but it’s people who will deal with exceptions and alerts."
The mission of ARC wearables is to help technology users "escape the screen". The ARC Pendant is a discreet, smart pendant that listens to the body and voice control, and responds by providing guidance using haptic feedback. A wearable, says company CEO Tom Shrive, that "helps streamline and simplify the way people live in the connected world".
Fhoss clothing uses electroluminescent technology with a power cell to provide 15 hours of continued light. “The products make it much easier to see how many people are working on a road or down a mine,” he said. “The tower at Gatwick Airport can now see workers on the runway", said CEO Andrew Kimitri.
Discover cutting-edge technologies on the horizon from the world's leading innovators. Learn from the experts in the internet of things, sensors, big data, open data, connectivity and M2M. How can the IoT impact future cities, healthcare, transport, business and infrastructure?
The summit will showcase the opportunities of emerging trends in the IoT and its' impact on business & society. Trying to predict what's on the horizon? Too late. The future is already here. Learn the latest technological advancements from a global line-up of experts.
A unique opportunity to interact with business leaders, influential technologists & entrepreneurs leading the internet of things revolution. Learn from and connect with 200+ industry innovators sharing best practices to advance the smart, interconnected world and prepare for the industrial internet.
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Chief Knowledge Officer, NASA
"Excellent event. Good combination of highly technical and broader presentation that gave me a good understanding of the current state and potential of the Deep Learning" RE•WORK Deep Learning Summit San Fran 2015
Director of IoT Market Strategy, Xively
"'I’ve been to countless IoT events, and this was hands down one of the most interesting. It was nice to see actual people building actual connected products giving their perspective." RE•WORK IoT Summit Boston 2015
Future & Emerging Technologies Unit
"RE•WORK provided a unique mix of technology, from the exploration of latest scientific findings to startups that can make them a reality" RE•WORK Technology Summit London 2014
21 June 2016, London
The RE•WORK Future of Food Summit explores how technological & scientific advancements will impact production, distribution and consumption of food. How will AgTech create greener, more sustainable supply chains? Will biomimicry alter our diets? Are drones and AI the future of hospitality? This event will bring together scientists, innovators and entrepreneurs to answer these & many more questions.
22 September 2016, London
The Deep Learning Summit is the next revolution in artificial intelligence. Explore the impact of image & speech recognition as a disruptive trend in business and industry. How can multiple levels of representation and abstraction help to make sense of data such as images, sound, and text. Hear the latest insights and technology advancements from industry leaders, startups and researchers.
23 September 2016, London
Artificial intelligence and deep learning are powering interacting messaging services known as chatbots and conversational interfaces, to create deeper, more personalised one-to-one customer experiences, and natural language text conversations. The Chatbot Track will explore the technical advancements in deep learning, NLP and image classification to create conversational self-learning bots for messaging platforms, personalised advice, support and recommendations.