Director of Business Development Henry Bryson to Moderate Panel Discussion on Wearable and IoT Healthcare Devices
ORANGE COUNTY, Calif.–DeviceLab Inc., a Southern California medical device design and manufacturing company, today announced it will be both hosting an exhibition booth and moderating a panel discussion at DeviceTalks West 2017, to be held December 11–12 at the Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa.
A Gold-level sponsor, DeviceLab will feature its popular “Apollo” and “Athena” wireless medical device mannequins at exhibition booth #304 during regular exhibition hours on:
• Monday, December 11 from 3:30–4 p.m. and 5:30–6:30 p.m.
• Tuesday, December 12 from 8–9 a.m., 11–11:30 a.m. and 12:30–1:30 p.m.
The company is also hosting a wearable and IoT medical device panel discussion, “Untethering of Information: The Wireless Revolution,” on Tuesday, December 12 from 11:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m.
DeviceLab Director of Business Development Henry Bryson will moderate the panel which shall include Osso VR co-founder and CEO Justin Barad and Nihon Kohden Americas VP and CTO Harsh Darwhad.
The panel will explore crucial issues that affect the present and future of wearable medical devices that include:
• How will the IoT change the medical device design and development process?
• What security measures must wearable medical device companies consider?
• How will the mHealth revolution improve patient care?
“We are honored and privileged be a Gold sponsor at DeviceTalks West 2017, and I’m eager to moderate the discussion with some of our industry’s experts and thought leaders,” said Bryson. “Although there will be some presentation of our company’s expertise in developing wearable wireless technologies, my priority as moderator will be to ensure discussions are targeted towards the panelists’ particular knowledge.”
DeviceLab founder and CEO Dac Vu said Bryson was the clear choice to moderate the panel. “Henry is a seasoned business development executive that has presented novel concepts to audiences of all sizes—including a national event for IBM with an audience of 2,500,” said Vu. “He also has been an invaluable ‘voice of the consumer’ for us, ensuring a seamless transition of medical product development.”
Medical device market analysts are predicting the global IoT in healthcare market will grow from $32 billion in 2015 to $163 billion by 2020. Bryson said in the past few years he has witnessed a significant uptick in new business from customers that want to develop wireless medical devices and healthcare IoT devices.
“These are exciting times for medical device designers and developers, especially those that are embracing the amazing potential for wearable medical devices, healthcare IoT devices and mHealth devices to radically improve patient care,” said Bryson.
DeviceTalks is an exchange of ideas, insight and technology among the pioneers of the medical technology industry and the engineering behind it. Formerly known as the Big 100, this event is held annually in Boston, Orange County and the Twin Cities. DeviceTalks is hosted by MassDevice.com, the online journal of record for the medical device industry, which provides hour-to-hour coverage of the devices that save lives, the people behind them and the burgeoning trends and developments within the industry.
For more information about DeviceTalks, please visit devicetalks.com.
DeviceLab is an ISO-13485 certified medical device development company that has completed more than 100 medical device design projects of varying complexity—including medical device software development and wireless medical device design services for the newest breeds of medical IoT, mHealth and medical wearables.
For more information about DeviceLab, please visit devicelab.com.