Use Cases and Technical Considerations for In-Body Wireless Medical Devices
16th - 17th March 2020 Raleigh, NC
ABOUT THE EVENT
Wireless medical devices (“wearables”) applied on us, in us and around us present great opportunities for clinical research, early prediction of disease, care delivery, and healthcare management. In-body medical devices may be injected, implanted, or ingested and, when paired with complementary medical devices, may support remote patient monitoring, therapy delivery, or diagnostic purposes. Each of these use cases follows a different technical architecture as it relates to communication channel, power source, device encryption, and overall security. This workshop will present the following learning opportunities:
1. Addressing the technical challenges with in-body wireless devices as it relates to communication channel disruption in different environments
2. Understanding the different security vulnerabilities associated with the various communication channels and with the device
3. Technical challenges as it relates to device sustainability in terms of power and in-body durability
4. Providing technical insight on how to best evaluate the appropriate in-body and wearable devices for your use case
A WORKSHOP DESIGNED TO DELIVER OUTCOMES
Contribute to solutions with real-time evaluation and analysis in a wearables’ development lab in Raleigh, NC. The workshop is designed to bring awareness of technical challenges that may be addressed both via standards development and within an in-situ development lab. The development lab in collaboration with the ASSIST Center and harmonizing outcomes through the IEEE Global WAMIII Platform Development Lab.
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
If you would like to present an abstract for consideration or support the IEEE WAMIII Global Development Platform, please write to Maria Palombini, email@example.com.
PARKING: Hourly parking is available in the Poulton Pay Lot, across the street from the first floor entrance to the Hunt Library, and at the Partners Way Parking Deck, at Partners Way and Varsity Drive. Parking spots are numbered, and there is a pay station that accepts debit and credit cards only (no cash). You can also pay online through ParkMobile.
Parking is free and open to the public after 5pm on weekdays and throughout the weekend.
Please note that the IEEE SA has not reserved any official hotels for this Workshop. These suggested hotels are based on proximity to the venue.