The Technology Collaboration Center, in partnership with the NASA Johnson Space Center, will hold a Wearable Technologies Challenge Day on Monday, April 23, as the first day of the TCC’s 2-day Wearable Technologies Workshop.

Teams from universities, startup companies or other organizations will have an opportunity on April 23 to demonstrate their proof-of-concept prototypes developed to address one of the submitted Challenges.  At least one representative from each team must be present on April 23 and able to demonstrate the results of their project.

Complete this form as soon as possible to request a Challenge be assigned to your team.  Teams will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

The TCC cannot provide any funding to project teams, though organizations that have submitted Challenges may offer some assistance (as indicated in their Challenge Requests).

The results of the Team projects and intellectual property are the property of the Team, and not the organization submitting the Challenge, unless the Team agrees to a transfer.  Those arrangements will be your responsibility – the TCC will not be a party for any agreements.  Any information provided to the TCC or presented at the TCC’s workshop will be considered as non-confidential.

NOTE - there are a limited number of teams that can be assigned to each Challenge.

Everyone must register to attend the Challenge Day (April 23) through the TCC’s website, and purchase a ticket for the Workshop.  Challenge Team members are provided a discount for the Workshop - $25 for April 23 and $50 to attend both days of the Workshop.​​

Please complete this form to request an assignment of your team to a Challenge.  Teams will be assigned on a first-come, first-served, basis until a Challenge is fully subscribed.

Before registering for a Challenge, please download that Challenge Request from the Wearable Technologies Workshop page and review the details to ensure your team is a fit for this challenge.

Items marked with an asterisk(*) are required.

Have you read the Challenge document for the selected Challenge(s) and understand the plans for the challenge (including funding and use of the results)?