Sudden ImpactHealth monitoring using wearable devices is an exploding market opportunity due to factors such as obesity trends, aging population, rising healthcare costs and active lifestyles.  Analog Devices market leading products and technology can now enable new low power, coin cell operated wearable devices to monitor, protect and diagnosis health conditions such as high impacts due to sports collisions.  Paul Errico and Wayne Meyer will present a “kit” of solutions which can be combined to create the next generation of monitoring devices.
Presenter: Paul Errico
Paul Errico is a strategic marketing manager for Analog Devices' Healthcare Segment Team. Prior to his current position, Paul was responsible for marketing Analog Devices' thermal and system management products, interface products, and precision and high-speed converters. Paul earned his BSEE from Northeastern University.
Presenter: Wayne Meyer
Wayne Meyer is the Marketing and Applications Manager for Analog Devices' MEMS/Sensors Technology Group.  With twenty years experience in the semiconductor industry, Mr. Meyer was product marketing manager for Analog Devices' its Blackfin® processors. Previous positions included product engineering and product management roles for 8-bit and 16-bit microcontrollers and business development for 24-bit DSP and 32-bit RISC microprocessors.
Mr. Meyer holds a BSEE degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX and an MBA from St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX.