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How Connectivity Trends are Changing Wearables and Mobile Devices

How Connectivity Trends are Changing Wearables and Mobile Devices

A December 18th Machine Design-hosted live webinar sponsored by Fischer Connectors and Kensington Electronics

Date: Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Sponsor: Fischer Connectors and Kensington Electronics
Duration: 30 Minutes

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Faster data speed, smaller connectors and new designs are helping engineers create wearables and devices that couldn’t be imagined a few years ago.  Couple that with the capabilities of IoT, and you see connectivity trends driving innovation across several industries.  This webinar explores some of the new trends, especially for wearables, that will influence industry consumers as we move faster into the digital age.


David Ptacek, National Sales Manager, Fischer Connectors

David Ptacek is National Sales Manager for Fischer Connectors, working closely with customers to co-create rugged connectivity solutions that designed for a more connected world. He has over 30 years experience in the connector industry, and leads Fischer Connectors’ Blue Lab Innovation Team in the US.

Casey Donovan, Vice President, Kensington Electronics, Inc.

Casey Donovan is the Vice President at Kensington Electronics, Inc. Casey has extensive experience in the distribution field on both the sales and finance sides of the business. She also has several published articles regarding connectors and the design process for industries such as Military IoT, unmanned systems, and medical applications.

Bob Vavra, Senior Content Director, Machine Design and Hydraulics & Pneumatics

Bob has a long career in publishing, media and events. He earned his degree in mass communications, and then embarked on a 25-year newspaper career. After switching to trade publishing, Bob has covered the manufacturing sector for the past 16 years. He also has managed several global automation presentations. Bob is a sought-after Webcast moderator and event emcee, and has presided over events in the U.S., Germany and China.



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