Wearable technology is developing at an ever increasing rate. Wearable cameras in particular are becoming ubiquitous in scenarios such as law enforcement. In a construction environment they are a cheap alternative to Drones and with allied technologies such as photogrammetry are set to be an everyday tool for collecting and sharing data.
Many other wearable technologies are under development - from smart watches to self-charging smart boots, glasses, helmets and actively illuminated hi-visibility clothing. The construction site of the future will be filled with all sorts of passive and actively sensing wearable technology.
As part of the Co-creation Program with Process Innovation Forum and in partnership with Digital Construction Week (DCW 2017) COMIT are running a workshop with the aim of shaping the future development of wearable technology in construction.
We are looking for highly-motivated and passionate people who can help us set the agenda for this exciting area of construction technology. The workshop is entirely free but is strictly limited to 25 participants and is by invitation only. You can register you interest at https://www.thepif.org/co-creation.
The workshop will be held on the 4th October from 4pm until 7pm at Bentley Systems's offices at Gracechurch Street in London. If it is something you think can help with then please register your interest now.