“I was captivated by a more laid-back speaker (along with a room full of engineers at standing room only, I might add). The speaker clearly knew his stuff and I learned much more than expected in the session.”
The author gives detail of three key points in the talk:
- Electronic augmentation of what were traditionally mechanical or optical devices is not only here to stay, but will continue to grow rapidly. Wearable devices are getting smarter and it is an evolutionary change, not a fad.
- One popular example of a success wearable device is the Active Mind Golf device. See Active Mind case study
- There is a fine line on what constitutes an actual medical device. Read the details in our article “Are You Making a Medical Device?”