The Challenges, Benefits & Framework for Testing & Certification
May 11, 2021
8:00AM Pacific Time | 11pm Beijing Time
For a new technology to experience global adoption, standardization and interoperability are crucially important. In this one hour webinar, expert panelists from Comarch will share the challenges and benefits of creating a testing system, as well as the framework for a typical standards-based testing and certification program.
Using the AirFuel Resonant Test System as a case study, presenters will walk attendees through how product testing works and what to expect in the certification process. Join us for a deep dive into testing systems and how they deliver industry-wide standardization and collaboration in wireless power, and register to receive the webinar recording following the live event.
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Director of IoT Consulting & Pre-Sales at Comarch
Wojciech is a manager with 15 years of experience. In the past he has built and led pre-sales and sales teams. He has been working for Comarch for nearly 2 years being responsible for cooperation between the pre-sales department and sales, marketing and production departments. He has been supporting Comarch’s professional services in the field of certification organizations.
Head of IoT Technical Pre-Sales Department at Comarch
Radoslaw has been working at Comarch for over 14 years. He has a wide experience in the broad area of embedded systems development and project management. Involved in creation of certification test tools including ATS for AirFuel Alliance. Since 2016 he has actively supported the development of IoT products and solutions.
Ed Pichon, Moderator
Chief Technologist at E-Qualus
Ed has 20 years of combined experience in engineering, test engineering and military systems engineering, with expertise in writing requirements and test specifications. He currently serves as the Certification Authority for AirFuel Alliance and the MulteFire Alliance. In addition to those roles, he also works for the OnGo Alliance as their Ecosystem Program Manager. He has a Master’s of Science in Systems Engineering from Southern Methodist University.
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