For commercial developers of integrated wireless technologies, the motivation for building sustainable products for the Internet of Things is in its highest of demand for today’s market — however, many companies are seeking resources with technical expertise in critical areas of development to ensure that their product (at a prototype level) will stand up against the benchmarks required the industry, the IoT community and the regulatory bodies that demand various standards of safety and compliance are met prior to commercial launch.
This workshop is designed to provide insight and greater perspectives in the niche areas of product design (prototyping) and RF device verification for OEM hardware when building solutions with wireless integration needs for IoT. Covering the steps from design requirements & selection to development and testing of hardware/firmware prototypes, to the validation and testing of the hardware prior to its review with industry testing facilities and other major network platforms (i.e., Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint) as part of the path to full product certification.
Key topics to be covered in this workshop include:
- Initial Design | Architecture, Documentation & Resource Support
- Design Selection | Reputable vs. Non-Reputable Resources for IoT
- Proof of Concept Development | The Road to Hardware Validation
- Design Cycle | Validation Testing (Wash, Rinse & Repeat)
- Product Certification | 5 Critical Steps for Regulatory Certification
- Production Costs | “What you don’t want to have to do twice”
Our industry speakers will help engineers and developers to approach the next project with a clear understanding of the key steps required, the costs involved and how each phase of development will create a best-in-industry path to first-time compliance and approval that an any R&D or operational business unit can follow to achieve its desired project outcome.
Eric King MBA, EE — SaYes Consulting
Mitul Patel, M.E.C.E. — MPC Consulting