|[August 17, 2012]
Research and Markets: the Road to Flexible, Wearable Electronics for Biometrics and Medicine Workshop Features Presents by Subject Matter Experts Who Are Developing Solutions and Enabling Technologies
DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dqllnl/the_road_to_flexib)
has announced the addition of the "The
Road to Flexible, Wearable Electronics for Biometrics and Medicine"
report to their offering.
This workshop focused on how flexible and wearable electronics will
create more effective, safer and less expensive methods for many
applications - from sports to medical diagnostics to military. Product
development and manufacturing challenges were the primary topics of the
one day workshop, presented by subject matter experts who are developing
solutions and enabling technologies. Presenting companies include GE,
Air Force research Lab, Lockheed Martin (News - Alert), Stanford University, Reebok,
Avery Dennison, Bdy Media, Shimmer Research, Physical Optics Corp.,
MC10, and PARC.
Key Topics Covered:
Introduction - Malcolm Thompson, FlexTech Alliance
Human Centric Sensor Needs in the United States Air Force - Joshua
Hagen, Air Force Research Lab
Physiological Monitoring Sensor Systems for the Warfighter: Lockheed
Martin's Perspective - Jeffrey Stuart, Lockheed Martin
Systems and Manufacturing Considerations for Wearable Medical Monitoring
- Jeffrey Ashe, GE
Flexible Electronic Skin from Organic and Carbon Nano Materials - Zhenan
Bao, Stanford University
Getting the Skinny on Wearable Sensors - Nitin Arneja, Avery Dennison
Winning Collaborations - Paul Litchfield, Reebok
Bringing Down Costs of Healthcare with Wearable Technology - John
Stivoric, BodyMedia, Inc.
Wearable Sensing: Concept to Delivery - Ben Kuris, Shimmer Research
Medical Smart Patch - John Bell, Physical Optics Corporation
Conformal Electronics for Athletics, Health, and Wellness - Ben
Miniaturized Sensor Systems - Ross Bringans, PARC
Next Steps & Close - Malcolm Thompson, FlexTech Alliance
- Air Force research Lab
- Lockheed Martin
- Stanford University
- Avery Dennison
- Body Media
- Shimmer Research
- Physical Optics Corp.
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dqllnl/the_road_to_flexib.
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