Registration now open for the only global conference dedicated to digital writing and ink interactivity for software developers and strategic business leaders.
NANTES, France – Sept. 19, 2017 – MyScript, a pioneering market leader in accurate, high-performance interactive digital ink management and handwriting recognition technology, announces that the 2017 future.write(); will be held in Santa Clara, California, Oct. 26 – 27.
future.write(); is the first-of-its-kind global conference specifically designed for business leaders, technology innovators, software architects and developers interested in the digital ink technology and emerging market opportunities. The conference will also showcase how a new wave of digital writing capabilities is completely changing the way users interact with their mobile devices.
At the conference, leading experts and visionaries will deliberate on the state of digital ink technology; recent innovations in digital ink and active pen-enabled writing devices; current improvements in user experiences; and the need to establish a digital writing ecosystem with global digital ink and stylus standards to accelerate market adoption.
In addition, conference attendees will also be exposed to the latest MyScript Interactive Ink development tools and efficient ways to integrate digital ink into applications. Digital Ink interactivity is a recent innovation from MyScript that allows users real-time flexibility to create, edit, store, retrieve and move digital ink documents across multiple operating systems and device platforms. There will also be demonstrations of ‘ink interactivity’ in different applications developed by early adopters.
Full Speaker List:
- Paddy Padmanabhan, chief executive officer, MyScript
- Rich Miner, Android co-founder, Google
- Dr. Sharon Oviatt, president and chairman, INCAA Design
- Neil Hand, vice president product strategy and innovation, Dell
- Dr. Michael McCreary, chief technical officer, E Ink
- Pete Mueller, president and chairman, USI, Senior Technologist, Intel Corp.
- Faik Karaoglu, senior vice president platform and application business unit, Wacom
- Heidi Wang, vice president platforms and applications, Wacom
- Arvind Kumar, senior principal engineer, client computing group, Intel Corp.
- Pierre Laporte, executive vice president technology enablement, MyScript
- Denis Manceau, vice president product management, MyScript
“MyScript has reinvented digital writing with its revolutionary Interactive Ink technology, and is defining the future of digital writing and digital ink management,” said Padmanabhan. “By combining the flexibility of pen and paper with the power and productivity of digital processing, digital writing is dramatically enabling productivity advances for various applications across education, enterprise and consumer markets, on all popular OS and mobile device platforms. We look forward to sharing our latest advances in Interactive Ink technology.”
Join MyScript to learn why now is the right time to integrate digital writing into your applications. Visit the future.write(); website to register, as well as for speaker updates and logistical information.
MyScript is the acknowledged market leader in accurate, high-performance handwriting recognition and digital ink management technology. MyScript technology combines digital ink management with easy searching of handwritten text, as well as the accurate recognition of complex mathematical equations, geometric shapes and music notation. MyScript solutions are available on all leading desktop and mobile operating systems, including Windows®, Apple® mac OS®, Linux®, iOS® and Android™. With nearly 100 languages supported and a truly international team, MyScript serves customers worldwide from its headquarters in Nantes, France, and regional offices located in China, Japan, Korea and the U.S. For further information, please visit myscript.com.
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