In celebration of the 20th anniversary of BSN, this special panel discussion is set to unveil the intricate journey of wearable computing and digital health research. With a focus on the past, present, and future of this transformative field, the discussion aims to shed light on its remarkable evolution.
The panelists, drawn from diverse backgrounds and representing various stages of their illustrious careers, include leading experts, pioneers, and innovators in the domain. Together, they embark on an enlightening journey through the history of wearable technologies, illuminating pivotal milestones and groundbreaking moments that have sculpted today’s digital health landscape. The discussion encompasses insights into how the modest beginnings of early prototypes laid the groundwork for the sleek and sophisticated digital health solutions we now rely on. Moreover, panelists cast their collective gaze into the horizon, offering visionary perspectives on the untapped potential of these technologies in revolutionizing healthcare delivery.
The panel discussion commences with a series of questions posed by the moderator, allowing for a comprehensive exploration of the topic (30 minutes). Following this, the floor is open to engage with the audience, fostering dynamic and interactive discussions (15-20 minutes).
Dr. Dagdeviren participated in the “Past, Present and Future of Digital Health” workshop as a panelist at “Body Sensor Networks," during the IEEE BSN 20th International Conference on Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks. The conference was hosted at the MIT Media Lab (Cambridge, MA) this year.