Rock Stars of Wearables

Jon Werner, Innovation Explorer at Adidas, will speak at the upcoming IEEE Computer Society Rock Stars of Wearables on September 23rd, 2015, in Austin TX.

Werner, a member of the Digital Sports team at Adidas working with strategic partners, external third party developers, future mobile and wearable experiences, is always searching for the next big thing at the intersection of sports and technology. At the Rock Stars of Wearables, he will discuss the impact of measurement in wearables applications and its relationship with establishing positive behavior change.

Registrants can still take advantage of Early Bird pricing and register for $299, a 40% discount off the regular price. IEEE Computer Society member, student, and team pricing are also available. To register, visit:

Other top leaders who will be presenting at Rock Stars of Wearables include:

  • Luis Felipe Rincon, CEO, – Panel Moderator
  • Mike Bell, VP and GM New Devices Group, Intel
  • Pankaj Kedia, Sr. Director & Business Lead, Smart Wearables, Qualcomm
  • Jennifer Darmour, Director, Chrono Therapeutics
  • Dr. Steven LeBoeuf, President, Valencell, Inc.
  • Tom Emrich, Founder, We Are Wearables

These Wearables experts will share insights on topics including:

  • What technologies are needed for wearables?
  • What markets are emerging?
  • How can you deal with the wearables data deluge?
  • How are wearables changing healthcare?
  • How are wearables becoming part of enterprise solutions?

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