Published on Oct 28, 2013
The Santa Clara Valley IEEE Communications Society and Silicon Valley TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) are pleased to present this workshop on Quantified Self emphasizing the emerging nuances in technology, opportunities and business models in mobile / personal healthcare. Innovations in MEMS / BioMEMS devices and their integration in somatic sensory and monitoring devices enabled by advances in mobile communication has begun to usher in a new era in technology / personal health monitoring startups, cloud-based analytics solutions, investment opportunities, user communities and business paradigms such as WYOD (wear your own device). Silicon Valley leads the world in R&D, technology leadership, software solutions and investment activity when it comes to QS in mobile / personal healthcare. The industry's leading experts are expected to participate at this workshop which will explore and disseminate the current state-of-the-art, latest developments, products and investment opportunities in QS to the participating audience.
Two tracks each with separate keynotes have been organized in the workshop. The first panel explores the progress in technology for various somatic & health-centric self-quantification. The second panel provides exposure on current and emerging investment activities in QS for personal / mobile healthcare.
Session I -- Technology Panel
This session will focus on the newest QS technologies and products in the market, and those in development stage and their applications. The technical challenges product developers encounter when creating the technologies into products and deploying the products in the field, their solutions and future directions for wearable healthcare device technology will be covered.
Session I Keynote Rachel Kalmar, Data Scientist, Misfit Wearables
Session I Moderator TBD
Speaker 1 George Chapman, CTO, Digifit
Speaker 2 David Marvit, VP of Strategy, Connected Information Innovation Center, Fujitsu Labs USA
Speaker 3 Patrick Eggen, Director, Qualcomm Ventures
Session II -- Business and Opportunities Panel
The current and future business opportunities in the QS field, how large is the market for the wearable healthcare devices, and the challenges before entrepreneurs who seek to enter the wearable healthcare devices market will be some of the issues discussed during this panel session.
Session II Keynote & Moderator: Rajiv Mehta, President, Bhageera Consulting
Speaker 1 Monisha Perkash, Co-Founder & CEO, Lumoback
Speaker 2 Anmol Madan, Co-Founder, CEO & Data Scientist, Ginger.io
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