Join us for an insightful session on the lifecycle of wearable technology products, from conception to commercialisation, with experts Joanna Haigh, Kate Black, and Victoria Rhodes from DLA Piper.
Wearable tech encompasses a wide range of electronic devices that can be worn on the body, including accessories like watches, glasses, and smart clothing, as well as wearable medical devices. As the availability of these products continues to rise, driven by advancements in sensor technology, AI, big data, and cloud computing, it is crucial to understand the legal considerations involved in bringing a wearables product to market.
During this session, Joanna, Kate, and Victoria will guide you through the various stages of product development, research, securing investment, and compliance with regulatory frameworks helping you gain a comprehensive understanding of the legal landscape when bringing your products to market.
The session will also explore the significant impact of wearable technology on the healthcare sector. As these products become more mainstream, they are poised to revolutionise healthcare by providing healthcare professionals with consistent and valuable data. Wearables offer insights that can support monitoring, prevention, and diagnosis of illnesses, paving the way for personalised medicine and improved patient care.