As part of the Wearable Technology Show KTN hosted a stand as well as presenting a session on bringing an emerging wearable technology to market.

Our exhibition stand at the Wearable Technology Show 2018 was designed to host a wide range of emerging technology companies who were handpicked from our network in order to showcase where the industry is headed: cutting edge examples of integrated technology that is lightweight, useable and not noticeable for the user, intelligent algorithms and data management, and b2b applications were all on show.

From healthcare, to agritech sensors, through to sportswear and energy harvesting devices, KTN’s Wearable Technology showcase proved hugely popular and our exhibitors made tangible, valuable connections; leads ranged from SMEs to major corporates.

“The two days went really well for us…it gave us entry to some big partners in the industry which might ordinarily be challenging to find”¬†Richard Dudley, National Physical Laboratory (NPL)

“Our expectations were met by 11 am on day 1″¬†Anna Baldycheva, University of Exeter and founder of the spin off GraphExeter¬†

“We had a very successful show which has resulted in multiple new business opportunities.¬† We received a lot of interest from agricultural businesses which we did not anticipate.” Dr James Andrews, Felcana (co-founder)¬†

“The 2018 KTN show has, quite simply, been the most useful show Brook Innovations has attended. Ever.¬†We have valued the presence of CEOs able to see beyond our products and understand how Brook Innovations can provide the missing link to support their bid for growth. “¬†Daniel Esteve,¬†Brook Innovations

Several of our exhibiting companies have been spotted by the press with an article in the Evening Standard and in¬†Wearable.com for Swim AR. Congratulations also to Footfalls and Heartbeats and to NPL for their mentions in Tech Radar,¬†and to Felcana, Kymira Sport, SwimAR and LYS Technologies for their mentions in BT’s Tech and Gadgets.

As well as showcasing on KTN’s stand, Christina Petersen (LYS Technologies), Robert Boyce (IceRobotics), Mark Hester (Swim AR), and Zlatka Stoeva (DZP Technologies) joined Monika Dunkel,¬†Knowledge Transfer Manager; Emerging Technologies & Industries, who hosted a lively and well informed panel discussion on how each has tackled the challenges of launching a wearable technology product in our current market and who discussed future trends.

KTN too, were constantly in discussion with attendees.¬†Here’s our stand brochure with details of all the companies who exhibited on our stand.

If you’re innovation would benefit from similar opportunities, get in touch with KTN today and we will introduce you to our sector experts who can lead you to potential partners, horizon-expanding events, bespoke support and innovation insights relevant to your needs.

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