PSFK & Intel To Launch Future Of Wearable Tech Report At CES

PSFK & Intel To Launch Future Of Wearable Tech Report At CES

New survey looks at where this major 2014 trend is going, what is driving it and where the opportunities are.

  • 7 january 2014

The big theme that will emerge from the the International Consumer Electronics Show this year will be wearable technology. The convention halls will be filled with bracelets, glasses and smart clothing that offer an array of benefits from fitness to medical to business.

Where is this macro theme going, what is driving it and where are the opportunities? PSFK will answer those questions and more in our new Future of Wearable Tech report, produced in partnership with IQ by Intel. This independent study will describe the key trends, best in class examples and forecast how different aspects of wearables will develop over the next few years.

On Wednesday the 8th and Thursday the 9th, Piers Fawkes will be presenting the findings of PSFK Labs‘ brand new Future of Wearable Tech report on Intel’s stage. It will  free to attend for CES attendees by simply getting to mega-booth #7252 in the Central Hall at the show.

The talks will last 20 minutes at 2.45pm PT on January 8th and 11am PT on January 9th. Piers will be joined by top Intel scientist Genevieve Bell for the first talk and the report will be free to download soon afterwards.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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