This event brought together organizations needing or developing new wearable technologies, in a format providing an opportunity for participants to network and explore potential partnerships.

Organizations presented the latest advancements in Wearable Technologies and unmet challenges.  The agenda for the event was:

    8:00 – Networking Breakfast
    8:30 – Welcome & Announcements
    8:45 – Presentation Panel Session 1
  10:15 – Networking Break
  10:30 – Presentation Panel Session 2
  12:00 – Lunch
  12:30 – TCC Overview
  12:45 – Presentation Panel Session 3
    2:15 – Networking Break
    2:30 – Presentation Panel Session 4
    4:00 – Adjourn


At the event, presentations were made for the following open Collaboration Requests:

Download the event agenda for more details on the event.  Copies of the presentations and videos of those presentations are available for some of the speakers.


Please contact the TCC for more information on this event, and how your organization can benefit by participating in future TCC events, or if you are looking for assistance with Wearable Technologies.

PRESENTATIONS

Aerospace Corporation: 
  Exploring the security risk of wireless medical devices
Baylor College of Medicine (TCC MEMBER): 
  Game-based personalized exercise program
  Wearable technology will change the future of health?
  Application of wearable tech for enhancing performance in surgical residents
Georgia Tech: 
  Textile based on-body interfaces
Jacobs (TCC MEMBER): 
  MoBI – Modular Bluetooth integrator
  Wearable technology performance and human studies
LynxFit: 
  Intelligence of connected fitness things
Modern Edge:
  Putting the human back into human system requirements for wearables
NASA Ames Research Center: 
  Sensor technologies on flexible substrates
NASA Johnson Space Center (TCC MEMBER):
  Wearable robotic systems at NASA JSC
  Wearable technology rapid development
  Wearable non-tethered VR/HR system for space environments
  Complex multi-wearable environments
  Augmented reality crew assistant for exploration
  NASA exercise wearables
Optech4D: 
  Augmented reality – the new way to do maintenance and inspection
PicoWear: 
  Wearable skin health monitoring device
Rogers-O’Brien Construction: 
  Leveraging wearables in construction
Sol Cuff Technologies:
  A wearable solar power solution
Tech Wildcatters: 
  EMERGE wearables and Department of Homeland Security
Texas A&M: 
  Wearable computers on the edge of the cloud
Textile Instruments: 
  Passive wireless vital sign detection
University of Houston:
  Wearable brain-robot interfaces and brain-body imaging
University of Minnesota: 
  Actuation in wearable systems
  Wearability, e-textiles and wearable sensor systems

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The Technology Collaboration Center of Houston held a Wearable Technologies Event, at the NASA Johnson Space Center, on Tuesday, April 26, 2016, from 8:00AM to 4:00PM.  This event was also streamed live on the Internet.































Wearable Technologies Event - April 26, 2016 - SOLD OUT