Technology Enabling A Healthier World: The future Of Medical Wearables
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom E
11:40 - 12:00
Prevention, early detection, and chronic disease monitoring are part of a push toward a new wave of wearable technology. With engineers and healthcare professionals laying the groundwork for more personalized and continuous monitoring, characteristics such as long battery life, accuracy, small form factor, and clinical performance are wearable essentials for health and wellness applications.
Craig Easson is the Managing Director of IC Design for the Sensors Group in the Industrial & Healthcare Business Unit at Maxim Integrated. Since 2013, he has led the design of various Bio Sensor Modules, including Maxim's first heart rate monitor, ECG, and IR thermometer. With more than 17 years at Maxim, Craig has a deep understanding of the industry with experience designing Operational Amplifiers, Audio Drivers, Video Filters, and Display Driver ICs. Prior to joining Maxim, Craig worked for 8 years in the Medical Physics Department of Kings College Hospital. He gained his MSc in Microelectronics from the University of Southampton in the UK.
Maxim develops innovative analog ICs for the automotive, industrial, healthcare, mobile consumer, and cloud data center markets. We make technology smaller, smarter, more secure and energy efficient, so that our customers can meet the demands of an integrated world. Learn more at http://www.maximintegrated.com.