Wearables TechCon 2015 Conference Discount Code


Wearable TechCon

Attendees to the Wearables TechCon 2015 Conference in Santa Clara, March 9-11 can lock in a significant discount by using “AMYX” as the discount code. The offer code expires on March 6th so act now.

The regular walk-in price is $1,395. For a limited time, Wearables TechCon is offering an Internet special price of $795 for those who register online before March 6th. Additionally, if you enter the speaker discount code “AMYX”, you receive an additional $200 savings, dropping the 3-day conference registration fee to $595 but you must register before March 6th to take advantage of the special discount.

The 3-day passport registration grants:
• Admission to sessions and classes on March 9, 10, & 11
• Admission to keynotes
• Admission to Exhibit Hall
• Admission to all special events, including the Networking Reception
• Coffee breaks and lunch where indicated

The Exhibit Hall only registration grants:
• Admission to Exhibit Hall on March 10 and 11
• Admission to Networking Reception on March 10
• Admission to Keynote sessions

For a list of Wearables TechCon 2015 keynotes, speakers, classes, and panels, visit Wearables TechCon’s website: http://www.wearablestechcon.com/speakers

Scott Amyx, the founder and CEO of Amyx+, will be speaking on affective computing and sentiment analysis in wearables. His presentation will explore new dimensions of context, geolocation, behavioral pattern, and biometrics. The human-computer interaction academic field has been researching emotion recognition through the use of physiological parameters measured by wearable sensors, such as ECG, accelerometers, EMG, body impedance, skin conductivity, heart rate variability, blood volume pulse, breathing rate and volume to determine mental conditions such as emotions, mood, depression, attention level, stress, and anxiety. Amyx will describe how the dimensions of affective computing, when layered with artificial intelligence, can determine a person’s emotional reaction to user engagement.

In addition to speaking, Scott Amyx will be participating on the “Visions: The Future of Augmented Reality Devices” panel on Tuesday, March 10th at 4pm.

Lance Gleason, Polyglot Programming

Scott Amyx, Amyx+
Cary Bran, Plantronics
Myriam Joire, Former Engadget and Pebble
Mark Stephen Meadows, Geppetto Avatars
Steven Scheirey, Hillcrest Labs

Scott Amyx will also be speaking at other prominent global conferences and summits. For the complete list of speaking engagements, visit Amyx+’s site: http://amyxinternetofthings.com/conferences/

Originally published on the Examiner on February 24, 2015. Author Scott Amyx.


About Scott Amyx

Scott Amyx is the founder & CEO of Amyx+, a wearables strategy agency specializing in smart wearables strategy and development. As a thought leader in smart wearables computing and Internet of Things, Scott explores the intersection of enterprise implications and consumer decisions of adopting wearables and IoT technologies. He writes for Wired, Examiner, InformationWeek, IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, and speaks at global conferences on wearables & Internet of Things strategy and innovation. Scott also leads the wearables thought conversation on the Wearables & Internet of Things Strategy and Innovation LinkedIn group.

Scott has over 18 years of large-scale strategy and implementation experience, managing double digit million dollar projects across multiple verticals. In his last corporate position as VP of Product Management, Scott helped the company be acquired by a Fortune 500 publicly traded company. Scott has also started numerous startups and successfully sold a company.

Scott has a master’s degree in applied microeconomics/ public policy from the University of Chicago. Scott was a national Woodrow Wilson/ Sloan fellow at Carnegie Mellon University and he completed his strategy & entrepreneurial certificate from UCLA.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottamyx