Wearable Technologies

WT | Wearable Technologies is the pioneer and world leading innovation and market development platform for technologies worn close to the body, on the body and even in the body. Since 2006 the platform has successfully established an ecosystem of more than 30,000 companies comprising market leaders and highly innovative companies. Additionally WT | Wearable Technologies offers consulting, business development, technology marketing, and innovation introduced to the market. The WT | Innovation World Cup is an annual competition to drive newly emerging wearable companies into the market. WT also introduces innovation to the industry by cultivating international conferences and tradeshows in partnership with leading trade organizations.


Dr. Marius Janta
Project Manager

| Workpackage Leader:
Dissemination, Communication & Exploitation (WP8) |

Marius is a Senior Project Manager for Research, Applications and Business Development at WT | Wearable Technologies Group and joined the company in 2017 striving to bring smart wearable tech into applications, consulting and supporting start-ups and corporates in strategies and processes to address digital change with wearable techs. He holds a Diploma and a PhD in Sports & Health Science and a Master in Consumer Science. Over more than 10 years he has worked in industries and research focusing on product development, innovation management for human-machine / product interfaces primarily in health and working safety related contexts. He took part in the going-to-market processes of a spin-off for a working security product and gained knowledge setting up CRM, Production, and Quality Management. For three years he was member of a DIN working group on the development of sustainability standards for sport and fitness equipment and gained international experience in the US, China and Australia. He strongly believes that innovation with data & technologies supporting an active lifestyle are factors helping to change things for the good and manifold applications.