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WEAR 2020 Online Conference

Taking place over three days from October 13-15, WEAR 2020 Online examined the significant breakthroughs and new opportunities made possible through the integration of textiles and technology through wearables.

The annual WEAR Conference regularly brings together key players from across the smart fabrics, e-textiles, and wearable tech marketplace  to hear the latest updates on market dynamics & industry innovations, wearable and smart fabric standardization, intellectual property and data collection, textile technology, wearable healthcare and wellness, and more.

Featuring expert speakers and panelists from Qualcomm, Williot, Google, Asensai, Embr Labs, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Drexel University in collaboration with HP Inc, and more, this 2020 program explored emerging innovations in textile development, and looked at how these innovations are being integrated with wearable technologies through apparel, healthcare, fitness, and other emerging applications.

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Stacey Burr - Google, Inc

Stacey Burr

Vice President Product at Google, Inc
Dan Ledger - Path Collaborative

Dan Ledger

Founder at Path Collaborative
Susanne Nejderås - The Smart Textiles Institute, Sweden

Susanne Nejderås

Director at The Smart Textiles Institute, Sweden
Sam Shames - Embr Labs

Sam Shames

Co-Founder at Embr Labs
Steven Webster - Asensei

Steven Webster

CEO at Asensei
Tom Martin - Virginia Tech

Tom Martin

Professor Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Tech
Session I: Exploring Industry and Opportunity
Session II: Building a Foundation
Session III: Textile Innovation- Part One
Session III: Textile Innovation- Part Two
Session IV: Powered and Connected


Engineered Materials Systems, Inc.

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