Will Emerging Haptics find their Niches? A Free Webinar by IDTechEx (May 19, 2016)

Will Emerging Haptics find their Niches? A Free Webinar by IDTechEx (May 19, 2016)

Based upon the News IDTEchEx commercially available report Haptics 2016-2026: Technologies, Markets, Players the free Webinar will be held on Thursday, May 19, 2016 at your convenient time (30 minutes duration + 10 minutes Question & Answering Session)
Haptics are an essential feature of the UX platform in many electronic products today. Whether as notification provision in a vibrating smartphone, tension building in a video game controller, or input confirmation in an industrial scanner, this billion dollar industry is something that most people will experience every single day.

However, with a dominant incumbent, ruthlessly maintained patent monopolies and very high industry standards, emerging haptic technologies have struggled to move beyond the research labs into commercial products. In this webinar, IDTechEx Research will discuss the haptics industry covering the following:

– Main technology options today, with the key players behind them

– Technology benchmarking of prominent options

– Case studies by application, looking at technology commercialization

– 10 year market forecasts and discussion

            Webinar No. 1: Europe & Asia-Pacific

9:30am            (GMT +1, BST) London

10:30am          (GMT +2, CEST) Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome

11:30am          (GMT +3, EEST) Athens, Jerusalem, Moscow

3:30pm            (GMT +7) Bangkok

4:30pm            (GMT+8) Singapore, Taipei, Beijing

5:30pm            (GMT+9) Tokyo, Seoul

6:30pm            (GMT+11) Canberra

Registration is necessary and can be made here

                        Webinar No 2: Americas

 9:00am           (Pacific DT) USA & Canada

10:00am          (Mountain DT) USA & Canada

11:00am          (Central DT) USA & Canada

12:00noon      (Eastern DT) USA & Canada

5:00pm            (GMT +1, BST) London

Registration is necessary and can be made here

www.idtechex.com


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