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What are the testing and certification requirements for cellular IoT devices?

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Raúl González
Customer Support Office Manager at DEKRA Testing and Certification

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What You’ll Learn In This Webinar

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Which testing and certification requirements exist for the European and American Markets?  

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How to meet mobile operators requirements for IoT Devices?

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What are the benefits, pros and cons for integration of approved modules in IoT devices?

About the Speakers

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Raúl González

Technical Manager, Senior Project Manager (PMP certified) and Executive MBA (EMBA) with 15+ years of experience working in the Test and Certification industry with the goal to make easy for customers the Market Access and improve time to market for IoT, M2M, Mobile and Wireless Devices (Regulatory Approval, Industry Certifications and Carriers Acceptance).
He is leading the Customer Support Office in DEKRA Test Lab in Malaga (Spain). His Team is in charge of Technical Assessment to define the scope of testing required to get the Regulatory and Industry Approvals for IoT/M2M, Wireless and Cellular Devices. They support Sales Team to elaborate Testing and Certification Proposals for complex devices and also coordinate execution of Global Projects which involve several DEKRA Locations across the world.
He has a strong background in Internet of Things (IoT) technologies like Cellular (2G/3G/LTE, LTE Cat M1, NB-IoT), Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, ZigBee, GPS/Glonass, SigFox, LoRa… He supports DEKRA contributions in several Standardization Forums and Industry Alliances like Bluetooth SIG®, Wi-Fi Alliance®, GCF, PTCRB, IEEE,…



Christian Henke

Christian is the Head of Product at EMnify and responsible for driving the strategy, roadmap and go-to-market for EMnify’s cloud-native mobile core network and connectivity management platform. Focusing on customer experience for Enterprises he is not only concerned about connecting things but also how to integrate cellular connectivity in the most simplest way.