Bluetooth LE in Medical Device Development
Listen to the MassMEDIC and Sunrise Labs discussion on the 3 ‘gotchas’ that can derail your program
Bluetooth is widely used in consumer goods and increasingly in medical devices, driven in part by connected medical devices made for in-home use. A common misconception is that you can buy a Bluetooth wireless module, drop it into your design, and it will ‘just work’.
In this technically focused webinar, Sunrise Labs’ Director of Electrical Engineering, Nick Lesniewski-Laas addresses several of the most common risk areas, and what actions you can take to avoid derailment of your program.
Key Topics :
- Workflow Design: managing the intersection of usability and detailed design
- Protocol Design: avoiding the extra work caused by undermining Bluetooth LE’s expressive feature set
- Designing for Vulnerability: understanding the most common security gaps and how to fill them
About Our Speaker
Nicholas Lesniewski-Laas, Director of Electrical Engineering. Nick brings over 10 years of experience solving difficult technical challenges by applying his deep expertise in microelectronics, electrical design, and software development. At Sunrise, he works closely with the Engineering and Quality teams to oversee the optimization of Systems Engineering processes, and their efficient application to projects. Nick will also contribute directly to projects both as an advisor and a technical contributor. Read more about Nick
The Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council (MassMEDIC) represents the thriving health technology sector in Massachusetts and New England, representing more than 300 medtech companies. Through advocasy, events, mentoring networks and matchmaking, MassMEDIC is the engine of one of the most powerful life sciences cluster in the world. Join MassMEDIC to get access to events like this and many more benefits. Visit their website