Wearable Tech Devices and Trends at Wearable Computing Conference 2014 San Francisco on March 18

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Wearable Tech Devices and Trends at Wearable Computing
Conference 2014 San Francisco on March 18
Building off of the momentum of past successful conferences, Golden
Networking takes Wearable Computing Conference 2014 (www.wearable-
computing-conference.com) global: New York City, San Francisco, London,
Seoul and Munich, "How Wearable Technologies are Revolutionizing Mobile
Wireless Internet, Healthcare and Fashion".
New York City, NY, USA
(February 16, 2014)
--
InformationWeek's Kristin
Burnham claims to have seen
the future. Accessories that
buzz when the email you've
been waiting for lands in your
inbox. Devices that help you sleep more soundly. Gadgets that photograph and
document your day, start to finish. Meet the latest innovations in the rapidly growing --
and lucrative -- industry of wearable tech, at Golden Networking's Wearable Computing
Conference 2014 (http://www.wearable-computing-conference.com), "How Wearable
Technologies are Revolutionizing Mobile Wireless Internet, Healthcare and Fashion",
forums to be held throughout 2014 in San Francisco (March 18), London (May 29),
New York City (January 30), Seoul (September 25) and Munich (November 20).
Research company Visiongain predicts that the global wearable tech market will reach
$4.6 bil ion this year. "With virtually limitless applications to a number of verticals, the
wearable technology market represents a huge value proposition to al ecosystem
members, from manufacturers to app developers and service report providers," the
company's recent research report stated.
Among the verticals pouncing on the trend, the healthcare industry has rolled out a
number of promising remote patient monitoring technologies, such as a bracelet that
monitors a patient's vitals, a device that determines the severity of a person's sleep
apnea and a wireless sensor that monitors fetal and maternal heart rates. The fitness
industry has also embraced the wearable tech trend, introducing the popular Fitbit and
Nike's FuelBand, both of which analyze your daily activity and track your weight.
Jawbone, a wristband gadget, tracks how you sleep, exercise and eat.
But Google Glass and the emerging crop of smartwatches have generated the most
buzz for wearable tech. The general public still can't buy Google Glass, augmented
reality glasses that the company began testing in April 2012. But developers have

rolled out a number of apps, including Path and Evernote integration.
Golden Networking's Wearable Computing Conference 2014, "How Wearable
Technologies are Revolutionizing Mobile Wireless Internet, Healthcare and Fashion,"
will examine wearable technologies' functions, application, the competition and
possibilities for economic and personal growth. Golden Networking's Wearable
Computing Conference 2014 will review the latest developments in San Francisco
(http://wearabletechnologiessanfrancisco.eventbrite.com), London
(http://wearabletechnologieslondon.eventbrite.com), New York City
(http://wearabletechnologiesnewyorkcity.eventbrite.com), Seoul
(http://wearabletechnologiesseoul.eventbrite.com) and Munich
(http://wearabletechnologiesmunich.eventbrite.com).
Golden Networking's Wearable Computing Conference 2014, "How Wearable
Technologies are Revolutionizing Mobile Wireless Internet, Healthcare and Fashion,"
will examine wearable technologies' functions, application, the competition and
possibilities for economic and personal growth. Wearable Computing Conference 2014
is produced by Golden Networking (http://www.goldennetworking.net), the premier
networking community for business and technology executives, entrepreneurs and
investors. Panelists, speakers and sponsors are invited to contact Golden Networking
by sending an email to [email protected]
Media Contact:
Julia Petrova
Media Relations Coordinator
Golden Networking
+1-414-FORUMS0
[email protected]
http://www.goldennetworking.com
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