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In November, Laird Technologies® will be exhibiting at three trade shows: The Medical Device Connectivity Conference and Exhibition (MDCC), Medica, and electronica.
Laird is a Platinum sponsor of MDCC, which will be held on November 1 -2 at the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. This conference remains the only industry event focused on medical device connectivity and workflow automation through integration of medical devices and information systems.
The conference will feature many presentations from industry experts including Chris Bolinger, Product Director of Laird’s Connectivity Products Business Unit (CPBU). Bolinger’s presentation will cover Wi-Fi security and FIPS 140-2. For more information about this event, visit The Center for Business Innovation website here.
Laird will exhibit at Medica, the world’s largest event for the medical sector, in Düsseldorf, Germany on November 14 – 17. Medica will feature more than 4,300 exhibitors with more than 100,000 visitors from all over the world. More information about Medica can be found here.
In addition, Laird Technologies will exhibit at electronica, the world’s leading trade fair for electronic components, systems, and applications, in Munich, Germany on November 13 – 16. The show will feature over 2,500 exhibitors from 45 different countries, and there are expected to be more than 72,000 visitors. Stop by the Laird Technologies booth W15/W16 for information and product demonstrations or to talk to a representative. More information about electronica can be found here.
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