Bruno Damien Director of IoT Strategic Marketing, EMEA

Bruno Damien spent the first 6 years of his 30-year long career in the electronics industry with telecom giants and pioneers in GSM and ADSL communication. After spending the past 20 years at AMD, Mietec, AMIS, and ON Semiconductor in various technical and commercial direction functions, he has been pioneering energy harvesting enabled connectivity. At Electronica 2014, he helped introduce a light sensor connected with an ultra-low-power 802.15.4 System on Chip (SoC), powered by a credit-card size solar cell.

With the rise of the Internet of Things, Bruno now serves as Marketing Director of IoT for the EMEA region at ON Semiconductor. He has helped launch the award-winning IoT Development Kit (IDK) and has played a pivotal role in promoting ON Semiconductor’s broad portfolio of energy-efficient supply, connectivity, sensing, and actuation solutions designed specifically for IoT networks.

How IoT Asset Management Technologies are Transforming Manufacturing

In partnership with ON Semiconductor

Webinar Overview

When you think of asset management, what image first comes to mind? A pallet? A box? In reality, IoT asset management technologies are used for so much more than tracking goods through manufacturing and supply chain. At its core, asset management means having complete information about what is most important to you. This can include knowing the exact location of vital equipment in hospital settings or real-time insights into the operational health of machinery in manufacturing or construction.

This webinar explores new industrial application areas for asset management and how IoT technologies can be used to reduce downtime, maximize efficiencies, and reduce operating expenses.

The webinar also showcases a complete development ecosystem that allows manufacturers to develop secure, low-cost Bluetooth® Low Energy-based trackable tags that provide real-time notifications or insights. The presentation details the technical requirements of making these devices a reality, including security, energy-efficient, reliable wireless protocols, and peer-to-peer identification.

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