Programme

2015, July

Wireless and digital technologies are increasingly used in medical devices to measure physiological parameters or to monitor bodily functions, among other things.
In a field where safety is critical, this fast development raises many questions and concerns.

Until 2000, the market of radio equipment and terminal equipment was regulated by a European Directive (98/13/EC) and more than 1000 regulations. Since then, the R&TTE Directive has replaced those regulations. This Directive now determines the marketing of wireless and digital technologies. During this webinar, our expert will give a presentation on :

  • The R&TTE Directive requirements
  • The European Union requirements
  • The basic requirements applicable for all devices
  • The new RED Directive

The presentation will be followed by a live question and answer session with our expert.

Experts

Christophe Weiden Project Manager at CETECOM Group - testing and certification of radio products.

Christophe Weiden has been working at CETECOM for 13 years, successively as EMC engineer at the testing laboratory and as Project Manager (for eight years now). He accompanies the manufacturers willing to market their radio product.

The experience gained during more than 13 years of work in the field of radio applications gave him a comprehensive knowledge of the testing strategies that can be applied (for any type of technology: NFC radio, Bluetooth, WiFi, GSM/UMTS/LTE, Zigbee etc.). He also knows the procedure to obtain the certificates required for the marketing of radio products in most of the countries (Europe, USA, Canada, Japan, Brazil, China, South Africa, Mexico, Russia, etc.).

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