Online Panel Series
Title: Online Panel: Interesting IoT Technologies for the Future
Date: November 16, 2022
Time: 8am PT / 11am ET
Sponsored by: Abracon, NOFFZ Technologies, Anritsu
This panel will explore some of the interesting IoT technologies being enabled by 5G and low power networks such as agriculture applications, drone and autonomous systems, autonomous vehicles, medical applications, security/safety and more. New developments in component design and test for low power operation will be covered.
Moderator: Pat Hindle, Media Director, Microwave Journal®
Panelist: Jean- Daniel Wu (“JD"), Regional Technical Manager, Abracon
Panelist: Mátyás Süveg, R&D and General Manager, NOFFZ Hungary
Panelist: Adnan Khan, Technology and Market Development Director, Anritsu
Panel Participant Bios:
Moderator – Microwave Journal®
Pat Hindle, Media Director
Pat Hindle is media director for Microwave Journal® and has been with the magazine for 12 years. He parlayed his process engineering background into a management role in marketing communications for several leading microwave semiconductor manufacturers including MACOM, Raytheon and Skyworks (Alpha Industries), in addition to working at MIT Nanostructures Laboratory manufacturing X-ray diffraction gratings for space research telescopes like Chandra. He has a B.S. in Materials Science Engineering from Cornell University and MBA from Northeastern University. In his current role as MWJ editorial director, he is responsible for setting MWJ’s editorial direction and developing marketing opportunities for industry clients. He has been the conference manager for EDI CON China and helped launch Signal Integrity™ Journal plus co-hosts the Frequency Matters videos and podcasts.
Jean- Daniel Wu (“JD"), Regional Technical Manager
JD has an MSEE with a focus in antennas, RF passive & active circuits, magnetics and EMC coils. With 10+ years of R&D experience in multi-band antenna design, multi-antenna integration and RF subsystem development. He’s previously worked at Future Electronics as an antenna specialist FAE. JD has an advanced knowledge of antenna products (technologies, competitors, markets), wireless technologies (5G/4G cellular, GNSS, Wi-Fi, BLE, Sub-GHz, RFID/NFC/NFMI, UWB, radar, wireless charging), and regulatory & carrier device certifications (FCC/ISED, Wi-Fi Alliance, BT SIG, and PTCRB).
Mátyás Süveg, R&D and General Manager, NOFFZ Hungary
Mátyás started working on cellular test solutions for the first LTE smartphones in Asia in 2010. Later, he helped transform this technology to the automotive industry by introducing high speed, multi-device production testing for eCall modules in Europe. Currently, his focus is on innovative product development to support validation and testing of new wireless communication technologies such as 5G, C-V2X, UWB, WiFi 6E and beyond.
Adnan Khan, Technology and Market Development Director
Adnan Khan has spent over twenty years of his career in the wireless industry working with operators, chipset vendors, network infrastructure vendors, consumer electronics/handset manufacturers, and test equipment vendors, in Senior Technical and Management roles. He currently heads the Technology and Market Development team at Anritsu and manages the strategic direction for Anritsu’s family of wireless and wireline products. His broad knowledgebase spans across different wireless technologies including Cellular, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and NFC. He is a frequent speaker at multiple wireless conferences and industry events and has authored several articles in wireless technology journals. Adnan holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and currently resides in Texas.