Connected Wearables - Don't Leave Home Without One - EVENT POSTPONED - NEW DATE TBD

Palo Alto
Wed, Mar 18, 2020, 4:30 PM (PDT)

Palo Alto

Many believe that smartwatches or other wearables, with inertial sensors, GPS receivers and cell phones built-in are going to be essential equipment for leaving home on routine excursions in the community.  At this event, you will see several device types on display and hear about real-world use cases and how the wearable is integrated as part of the users daily living experience. Also, we will discuss what we can expect as new technologies like 5G cellphone technology are deployed. We are inviting all wearable innovators who wish to participate to join with us in the presentation and discussion. So, if you are interested email the chapter at: paloalto@aging2.com.



Panelists

  • Shelly Symonds

    Shelly Symonds

    Clairvoyant Networks-Theora Care

    Chief Marketing Officer + Partner

  • Denise Yarmlak

    Denise Yarmlak

    Aging2.0 San Francisco Chapter

    Ambassador

  • Justin Boogaard

    Justin Boogaard

    GoGo Grandparent

    CEO, Co-Founder

    See Bio
  • Jean Ann Booth

    Jean Ann Booth

    Unaliwear

    CEO

    See Bio
  • Chuck Roedel

    Chuck Roedel

    911 Tracker

    President

Moderator

  • Mick Fitzgerald

    Mick Fitzgerald

    Aging2.0 Palo Alto Chapter

    Ambassador

When

Wednesday, Mar 18
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM (PDT)

Where

Lincoln Glen Manor
2671 Booksin Avenue San Jose, CA95125

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