In this webinar, hear from three industry leaders about the latest in healthcare IoT and the benefits of connecting eHealth devices with advanced cellular IoT connectivity, making them always on and everywhere available, ultra-secure, and able to deliver today’s most useful and advanced eHealth services. Jeremy Gosteau from Sequans will discuss the latest advances in cellular technology, including ISIM, that enable cellular to be easily and quickly integrated into eHealth devices; Etienne Tregaro from Withings will describe Withings’ exciting new IoT connected healthcare products, including new body scale and blood pressure monitoring devices, and how cellular improves their performance encouraging consistent usage; and Ryan Pereira of Ignion will discuss how Ignion’s advanced antenna technology simplified Withings deployment challenges.
Dave Jahr, Strategic Supplier Marketing Director, Richardson RFPD
Prior to joining Richardson RFPD, Dave Jahr spent 20 years as general manager of Janus Remote Communications, a global provider of wireless IoT products and solutions. He has a BA in industrial management and an MBA from Aurora University, as well as an ASEET eq. from DeVry University.
Jeremy Gosteau, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Sequans Communications
Jeremy Gosteau manages IoT product marketing at Sequans Communications where he has held various positions, notably as the product manager responsible for defining the company’s first 4G LTE modem in 2009, and Sequans’ first IoT dedicated semiconductors — -Calliope for Cat 1 and Monarch for LTE-M and NB-IoT — in 2014 and 2016, respectively. He launched major features with key partner operators, including China Mobile for the Shanghai World Expo in 2010, Verizon for the Super Bowl in 2014, and at Deutsche Telekom hubraum in 2019. He then turned his attention to identifying the primary market segments addressable by Sequans in the IoT space, and to contributing to the company’s long-term strategy. Gosteau has worked in several countries, including France, the U.K., and the U.S., and holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the Imperial College in London, and from Supelec in Paris. He is passionate about enabling a better-connected world through the convergence – in the semiconductor space – of cellular communications, satellite connectivity, enhanced security, and AI-empowered networks toward 6G.
Ryan Pereira, Channel Marketing Manager, Ignion
Ryan Pereira leads channel marketing efforts and is responsible for partner programs and business development. He has a deep background in RF hardware and system design, field applications and technical marketing which he brings to bear on the Ignion portfolio of Virtual Antenna® components. This revolutionary antenna technology has been adopted by the wireless industry worldwide in many IoT developments to enable wireless connectivity through a miniature, multiband, and off-the-shelf antenna component capable of reducing the cost and time to market of any IoT device. Pereira has held several RF engineering positions over the years with Tagore, Avago (now Broadcom), Redline Communications and Nortel Networks. He holds a BA degree in electrical engineering (RF focus) from Carleton University, and he is a member of Ontario Professional Engineers.
Etienne Trégaro, Product Manager, Withings
Etienne Trégaro is in charge of several medical product ranges such as blood pressure monitors and cellular devices. He participated in the launch of the Withings “Pro” range in 2021, the first Withings cellular devices including the Body Pro scale and the BPM Connect Pro blood pressure monitor. Responsible for the performances and the user experience provided through the cellular devices, he is now taking inspiration from his experience in both B2C and B2B ecosystems to help design the future Withings products along with his team. Trégaro holds a master’s degree in engineering from Icam in Vannes and a specialized master in marketing, design and creation from Audencia and Centrale Nantes. He has a strong passion for helping caregivers and users through advanced daily life devices.