WearRAcon 17, April 19-21, See the Top 10 Speakers in Wearable Robotics
WearRAcon 17, April 19-21, 2017
See the Top 10 Speakers in Wearable Robotics
See the Top 10 Wearable Robotics Companies
Listen to one of the Founders of Wearable Robotics
1. Do You Want to Win $5000?
Join the Innovation Competition at WearRAcon 17 and be seen by potential investors! The annual event is scheduled to take place April 19-21 at the Hyatt Regency in Phoenix, AZ (USA) and sponsored by StrongArm Technologies. We are seeking entries that represent the most innovative ideas in wearable robotic technology. The winner will receive international recognition, and $5,000 to support development and commercialization of the technology. Visit the website (https://wra5.wildapricot.org/page-18058) for more information or contact Amy Gallagher firstname.lastname@example.org. Submission Deadline: February 28, 2017
2. Register Today for WearRAcon 17!
Join wearable robotics professionals and entrepreneurs from industry, academia, and government at WearRAcon 17, April 19-21, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency in Phoenix, AZ (USA). The annual event brings together more than 300 attendees from across the globe, to hear cutting-edge presentations, see robotics demonstrations, and network with those creating and using wearable robotic devices. More information: https://wra5.wildapricot.org/Attend.
3. Become a Member of the Wearable Robotics Association
*Membership *Plus* Registration to WearRAcon 17 is most cost-effective
WearRA members receive: Exclusive access to monthly education events; Discounted registration at our annual conference; Monthly eNews highlighting industry news and articles from around the world; Online and In-Person Learning opportunities throughout the year; and more. Contact Amy Gallagher at email@example.com to become a member today!
4. Present a Poster
Poster presentations will allow industry and academics to highlight the latest breakthroughs in wearable systems. Abstracts are not necessary but please coordinate posters with program director, Dr. Thomas Sugar, firstname.lastname@example.org
Keynote speakers include:
Homayoon Kazerooni Founder, SuitX/US Bionics
Michael Goldfarb Creator, Indego
Gery Colombo, CEO, Hocoma
Thomas Looby, CEO, Ekso Bionics
Scott Schneider, President, North America, Ottobock
Achilleas Dorotheou, Head, Human Motion Control, Parker Hannifin
Stephane Bedard, CEO, B-Temia
Larry Jasinski, CEO, ReWalk Robotics
Crispin Simon, CEO, Rex Bionics
Tim Swift, Co-Founder, Other Labs
Paule Gudonis, CEO, Myomo
Technical Co-Sponsor: IEEE RAS
Sponsors: AnyBody Technology, Barrow Neurological Institute, Indego, Laevo, Maxon Precision Motors, NDI, StrongArm Technologies