Almost 100 companies from across the UK will be exhibiting at Innovate 2017.
If you’re attending the conference as a delegate – whether that’s as a start-up, investor, researcher or government official – you will get the chance to see new and novel products that are changing the world.
Wearable tech to lightweight trumpets
In total 96 organisations will take part in the innovation showcase. Innovations that will be on display include:
Landreez, a portable, eco-friendly way for people to wash their clothes when they are travelling or away from home, from Chappell Solutions
wearable, connected technology for children that helps to keep them safe, by Child Angel
a pet monitoring system that tracks the health, activity and behaviour of cats and dogs, by Felcana
Dynium Robot, which is developing an autonomous tractor that’s of lower weight than traditional vehicles – modernising farming while reducing soil compaction. Also under development are fully electric vehicles that can perform emissions-free farming
HP1 Technologies, which is developing a sensor system for use in helmets that can measure time, location and magnitude of forces to the head during impact to assist with medical interventions
Imagination Factory, which has developed its SwimAR head gear to be mounted to goggles and give swimmers access to real-time data on their performance. It includes a chronometer and lap counter
Lightfoot, which uses connected car technology to reward better driving. This should help to lower emissions and improve air quality, while making conditions safer
Sceenic, which integrates with existing over-the-top video and TV and set top technology to allow friends and families in different locations to watch TV together in a virtual living room
The Bluespot Knee Clinic, which is launching its Knee Tracker. This uses gamification to encourage patients to complete their knee rehab exercises