Leaders In VR and AR Set to Appear at Virtual Reality Strategy Conference

Conferences and expos are events that allow developers, hardware manufacturers and start-ups to mingle and exchange ideas and show off their newest creations. Greenlight Insights has announced that its Virtual Reality Strategy Conference will return for a third year to enable an exchange of insights into the virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) industry.

The Virtual Reality Strategy Conference, or VRS was created to provide a platform for stakeholders in VR and AR along with innovative companies to network and showcase new breakthroughs in immersive technology.

Over 500 attendees are expected at the event, which will include representatives from media companies, corporate buyers and tech influencers from all over the world, with the organisers saying that the 2018 event will be the biggest VRS to date.

“The future of virtual reality and augmented reality will be on display at VRS 2018, with new innovations that will empower entertainment and business performance for years to come,” says Clifton Dawson, CEO of Greenlight Insights. “Every major XR industry stakeholder will be represented at VRS 2018, with global brands and a record-number of startups unveiling products that will revolutionize the XR industry.”

The speakers at VRS 2018 include executives from several top global players in the VR and AR industry, including Magic Leap, Oculus, Microsoft, HTC, Qualcomm, DAQRI and Google. The agenda for the event incudes two days of content which aims to address a variety of subjects relevant to AR and VR.

The Virtual Reality Strategy Conference is due to be held at the Park Central hotel in San Francisco, produced by Greenlight Insights with sponsoring partners Microsoft, Technicolor, Miraisens, Cognitive3D, Tronxyz Technologies, Xola, ASA Digital, Xperiel and uSens. The event will take place on 16th-17th October, 2018.

Further information on the Virtual Reality Strategy Conference can be found on the VRS Conference website. For future coverage on VR-related events, keep checking back with VRFocus.