Below the Neck: Body & Wrist-Worn Opportunities in the Enterprise | EWTS 2019 |

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EWTS 2019


Julie Gilpin-McMinn
SM Hasan
Steve Labudzinski
Dane Laughlin
Cathy White
Heidi Lehmann
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Heidi Lehmann | Chief Commercial Officer | Kenzen
Julie Gilpin-McMinn | Technical Fellow in Human Factors and Ergonomics | Spirit AeroSystems
SM Hasan | Program Manager | GE Global Research
Steve Labudzinski | R&D Specialist | Con Edison
Dane Laughlin | Environmental Health and Safety | INVISTA
Cathy White | Global EH&S Project Leader | Dow

What are the most valuable opportunities for wrist- and body-worn wearables in the enterprise? In this session, enterprise experts share the use cases they’re exploring and implementing within their organizations. Devices covered include smartwatches, smart bands, smart clothing, body cameras, and body-worn (ergonomic) sensors.

-Tracking workplace activity to increase efficiency, productivity, and safety
-Employee biometrics: Authentication, identification, security, and safety
-Environment and location-tracking to improve situational awareness
-Short checklist items and quick alerts
-Wearable (body) cameras: Security and documentation
-Employee ergonomics: Optimizing routine workflow and behavior modification to reduce injuries
-Making use of the real-time data from wearables
-Privacy implications and addressing employee concerns

Speakers from:
Spirit AeroSystems, GE Global Research, Con Edison, INVISTA, Dow, Kenzen