Wearable Technology: Future View

Pioneering technology is developing fast in this sector. Join our next STC Special Interest Group event to learn about cutting edge technology and its impact on future business and society. We will also explore the growing complexity and questions around the implications on privacy regulations..

Speakers: Professor Dan Clark, Head of Clinical Engineering at Nottingham University Hospital, to explore wearable technology in healthcare – is it a passing fad or the start of a brave new world? Dan will introduce some current examples and look at the challenges and opportunities such technology might bring to future healthcare delivery.

Simon McMaster, Founder and CSO of Footfalls and Heartbeats: to share their revolutionary manufacturing process that allows the textile to be the sensor. We will learn how their innovative technology combines mathematically determined textile structures using electrically conductive yarn to form a repeatable and sensitive sensor network.

Dr Duncan Banks, from the School of Life, Health and Chemical Sciences at The Open University, to share his extensive work on wearable and implantable innovations for healthcare management.

Neil Levett,  Clearview Intelligence: to talk about their innovative personnel detection technology and its impact on the safety of plant/people interface in hazardous working environments. We will discover how this tech has also proven invaluable when adapted for Covid social distancing management in workplaces.

Furthermore, we are looking to explore case examples of prosthetics and sensor technology having a significant impact on the medical sector and smart applications for workforce safety management.

Jocelyn Paulley of Gowlings law firm and an expert guest from the medical sector:  to shed light on the increasingly complex legal issues surrounding data management and privacy.

So book your place today to get up-to-speed on an inspiring range of exciting new and emerging technologies. This will be an interactive event with plenty of opportunities to network with the expert speakers and peers from across the cluster.

Tickets

  • For anyone who is not currently a member of the STC
    £25
  • For all STC Members
    free
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