As XR continues to boost enterprise productivity, its all about pushing towards an adoption tipping point. And that’s an ongoing process of validating efficacy and value through shared best practices, case studies, and networking.

With that backdrop, EWTS 2018 is coming to Austin in October to examine XR’s enterprise impact. To do so, it’s assembled A-list speakers from Coca-Cola, Walmart, Ford, Upskill and Vuzix  — a roster that represents both supply and (more uniquely) demand sides of the XR equation.

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Where Enterprises Go to Innovate with AR, VR, and Wearables

The Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit (EWTS) is the most comprehensive and longest-running event dedicated to the business and industrial applications for wearables; including smart glasses and other HMDs, Augmented/Virtual/Mixed Reality, body-worn sensors, wrist wearables, and even exoskeletons.

How can AR/VR and Wearables Transform Your Business? 

Consisting of real-world case studies and expert-led group discussions, EWTS is where enterprises go to hear insights as to the best practices for effective evaluation, adoption, and implementation of wearable technology in the workplace.

Unlock the Potential AR/VR and Wearables Holds for the Enterprise

If you want to learn how AR, VR, and wearables are being applied to enterprises by enterprises, there is no other event as relevant and focused as EWTS.

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