Wearable Wednesday comes to Vancouver

Wearable Wednesday has taken off around the globe and Vancouver is about to join the list of cities playing host to these events.

ABI Research estimates the global market for wearables in health and fitness alone “could reach 170 million devices by 2017.” With our Readiband technology already deployed in professional sports and industrial organizations around the world we know, first hand, how the wearable technology can and is changing the way people work and live. Fatigue Science’s own Nik Obrknezev, joins the inaugural Wearable Wednesday Vancouver panel to discuss the ‘State of the Wearable Economy’ on Wednesday April 23rd.

Learn more about this event (expired link)

What is Wearable Wednesday? According to WearableWorld.co:

Wearable Wednesdays are an open community forum focused on the blending of technology, art and humanity in the wearable technology and internet of things ecosystem. Our goal is to provide a platform for industry innovators, entrepreneurs, builders and investors to connect with like-minded, motivated people with the knowledge, vision and partnerships that will move the internet of wearable things ecosystem forward…

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