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45th Intelligent Sensing Program – Wearables for Diagnostics

The Knowledge Transfer Network

Wednesday, 8 March 2017 from 09:30 to 16:30 (GMT)

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Speakers/KTN 8 Mar 2017 Free £0.00
Delegate 8 Mar 2017 £20.00 £0.00
Exhibitor   more info 8 Mar 2017 £100.00 £0.00
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Introduction

Key market needs in the monitoring of healthcare and wellbeing are being addressed by wearable technology: transforming the market for healthy living and sports over the past few years.

Young startups are competing directly with major electronic companies to create new wearable sensors/ body sensor networks to address an array of new healthcare sector needs, such as long term care, clinical diagnostics and rehabilitation, chronic disease care etc. The UK, as a World-leading key innovation base, has a vibrant wearable sensing community, rich research expertise, an active industrial base and also end-user communities. The wearables market is expected to continue to rapidly grow to reach over $19billion within the next two years.

Improvements are needed in microsensors, low power microelectronics, wireless communication, connectivity, big data and data analytics to enable more-complex systems to further support these markets. To achieve such an objective, technology developers will face challenges in not only further improving the associated technologies, but also regulatory compliance and market acceptance. Many of these challenges will need the close collaboration of different wearable technology stakeholders.

This workshop will bring together end-user communities, technology providers, researchers, funding agencies and other key stakeholders in the UK, to:

  • Network
  • Share knowledge of market opportunities, needs and challenges
  • Discuss state of art of wearable sensing technologies
  • Develop new ideas and collaborations

In this event, we have invited major industry leaders, leading academic experts and end users to share their knowledge and expertise with participants. We are also providing exhibition space for innovators to showcase their technologies and capabilities.

 

Agenda (subject to change)

 

9.30 Registration

10:00 Welcome

KTN/UWE

10.05 Introduction to KTN & EEN

Challenges & Needs Session

10.15 NHS Views of Wearables

Elizabeth Dymond, West of England Academic Health Science Network (WEAHSN)

 10.45 Wearables in Clinical Trials for Drug Development – the Needs and Challenges

Luis Garcia-Gancedo, GSK R&D

11.15 Break, Networking & Exhibition

Novel Wearable Technology & Research Session

11.45 Body Sensors Network 

Guang-Zhong Yang, Imperial College London

12.15 Energy Harvesting for Wearables - Low Light Photovoltaic Cells

Mathieu Bellanger, Sharp Laboratories of Europe Ltd

Wearables in Clinics Session

12.45 Wearables for Clinical Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients

Jane Burridge, University of Southampton

13.15 Lunch, Networking & Exhibition

14.15 Flexible Electronics for Medical and Healthcare Applications

Jack Luo, University of Bolton

Design and Production Of Wearables Session

14.45 Wearable Sensors for Stroke Patient Monitoring

Patrick Hall, Maddison

15.15 Wearables in Critical Care – The Future of Patient Monitoring

Keith Errey, Isansys Lifecare

Business Innovation Landscape & Funding Opportunities in UK Session

15.45 UK’s Business Innovation Landscape & Funding Opportunities

Myrddin Jones, Innovate UK

16:00 Invention for Innovation (i4i) Programme at NIHR

Hanna Milewicz, NIHR Central Commissioning Facility

16.15 Close - opportunity for further networking over refreshments

 

Exhibition

We are also providing a limited number of exhibition spaces for innovators to showcase their technologies and capabilities. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact: liqun.yang@ktn-uk.org. The exhibitor ticket includes 2 delegate places.

Partners & Exhibitors:

 GSK logo   Sharp logoUWE logo    IBST logo    medilink south west logo    technology scotland logo    maddison logo   OSI electronics logo

HIP logo   munro logo

 

Cancellations: Please note that cancellations will be accepted up to close of play Tuesday 28th February 2017. Cancellations received after this date will not be refunded.

Do you have questions about 45th Intelligent Sensing Program – Wearables for Diagnostics? Contact The Knowledge Transfer Network

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Leigh Court
Leigh Court Business Centre
Abbots Leigh
BS8 3RA Bristol
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 8 March 2017 from 09:30 to 16:30 (GMT)


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