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Canadian Wearables@COMPUTEX Taipei 2014

The future is here and it is wearable –

come and meet Interaxon, Hexoskin and Laipac

Canadian Trade Office in Taipei (CTOT), is pleased to invite you to meet with the leaders of three Canadian companies that are moulding our wearable future and creating a better, healthier tomorrow.

From the desktop to laptop, to mobile and now to wearable devices, we are witnessing another evolutionary leap in technology.

Interaxon, Hexoskin and Laipac are makers of high tech devices worn on your head, your body or are even in your shirt. These devices know where you are and can read your ECG, heart rate, breathing and activity. It is safe to say that they know more about you than you do. They can even read your mind.

Canada’s unique advantages are allowing companies like these to grow with the demand for wearables. This market had retail revenue of $1.4 billion in 2013, including smart watches and glasses, and is expected to reach $ 19 billion by 2018 (http://www.wearable-technologies.com/2013/11/new-market-reports-released/).

Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2011, the CTOT was established in Taipei in1986 to assist Canadian companies explore business opportunities in Taiwan.  The CTOT encourages partnerships with Taiwanese companies by organizing regular seminars, networking events and receptions to facilitate B2B introductions. We encourage you to take this occasion to meet with the Canadian wearable experts during COMPUTEX Taipei 2014 and the CTOT team in order to strengthen existing partnerships and develop new collaboration between Canada and Taiwan.

To find out more information about Canada’s ICT sector, please contact:
Sonia Lee (Sonia.Lee@international.gc.ca)              Tel: 02 8723 3000 ext. 3356



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