More medical devices are being connected than ever before, thanks in large part to the availability of cheaper and smaller hardware. This trend is powering revolutions in wearables, consumables, and other categories. Join special guest David Halleck of SteriPack to learn about the hardware powering this and the road to building such smart devices.

Key Takeaways:

👉 What are the technologies powering smart wearables and consumables?

👉 How should regulatory considerations fit into a development strategy?

👉 How does ‘design for excellence (DFx) play a role in the design process for connected medical devices?

Speaker Bio: David Halleck is Vice President of Electrical Engineering at HWI, a SteriPack Company, where he is responsible for functional management, budgeting, hiring, planning, and technical oversight. Before joining HWI in 2018, Mr. Halleck worked in the industry for over 20 years as Sr. Manager at Bard Medical, Engineering Solutions Manager at Plexus, Business Development Manager at Sparton Medical Systems, and RF Engineer at Ball Aerospace. Mr. Halleck is a graduate of the University of Colorado, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and Colorado State University with his Master in Business.