Texas Wireless Summit Registration Opens August 12
Texas Wireless Summit 2019: Connectivity and Sensing at the Human-Machine Frontier will take place on November 12, 2019 at The University of Texas at Austin. Registration for the Summit is only days away from opening on August 12.
TWS 2019 will highlight advances and opportunities at the intersection of human-centered computing, sensing and connectivity. Sessions and panels will focus on wearables, virtual and mixed reality, bio-interfaces, and perception. The technical talks will explore the challenges and demands of the communication infrastructure required to support and enhance devices and experiences.
Prof. Joseph Paradiso (MIT Media Lab) will deliver a keynote presentation at the event. Paradiso directs the Responsive Environments group, which explores how sensor networks augment and mediate human experience, interaction, and perception.
Speakers and panelists for the technical sessions include: Gabe Cohn (Microsoft Research), Scott Hanson (Ambiq Micro) and Adam Kelly (GM), with more still to be announced.
Early Bird discount pricing will be available for a limited time. Students can register at a discounted rate. Current WNCG members and Industrial Affiliate Program members can register for free—contact WNCG staff to find out more information.
TWS brings together leaders from industry and academia in an annual forum on emerging technology. The Summit offers direct access to cutting-edge research and innovations from industry leaders, investors, academics, and startups. Through keynote and panel-driven discussions, leading business and technology executives from around the globe share entrepreneurially-oriented research.
TWS is currently looking for sponsors! Please email Karen Little at email@example.com to find out how your company can get involved. Past sponsors include: Norton Rose Fulbright, Holland&Knight, RCR Wireless, Huawei, Qualcomm, Samsung, National Instruments, Anritsu, Austin Chamber of Commerce, Rohde&Schwarz, the Austin Technology Incubator, Times Microwave Systems, and the IEEE CommSoc Austin Chapter.
For the latest information on this year’s Texas Wireless Summit, visit the TWS webpage.