I don’t know about you, but when I think of mission-critical applications, I immediately think of space exploration or military operations. But in today’s world, mission-critical applications are all around us. Think about the cloud and how data is managed, analyzed, and shared to execute any number of tasks that have safety … Read More
Designing Compliant, Innovative, & Secure Medical Device Software
A software revolution is happening in the medical device industry as rapidly improving technology has made software-enabled devices progressively prevalent. But as it becomes harder to define and classify a medical device, complying with evolving global
21-22 September 2022 Galway Racecourse
What’s on at Medical Technology Ireland 2022?
- Inspiring and educational two-day Conference sessions
- Highly popular Women in MedTech Forum
- Unmissable Research & Innovation Showcase, in association with ATU
- NEW! Italian Pavilion
Tuesday, September 13 | 10 am EDT (New York) | 9 am CDT (Chicago) | 7 am PDT (San Francisco) | 4 pm CET (Central Europe)
Additive manufacturing offers the medical community exciting opportunities to reduce cost and logistical hurdles while improving patient outcomes. Huge leaps in additive manufacturing innovation have
Key topics that will be explored during this webinar include:
The complexity of medical device design and compliance continues to increase. Consumer demands both at the patient and provider levels require increased product capabilities and intelligence to provide better safety and efficacy. Solving either one of these challenges can be possible but solving them both is a real challenge.… Read More
In March 2010 Efficient Power Conversion (EPC) proudly launched our GaN technology at the CIPS conference in Nuremberg, Germany. Parts and development kits were readily available off-the shelf and therefore designers could immediately get started with a new state-of-the-art semiconductor technology.
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I have a bias (as you may have noticed) for solutions in a domain that take advantage of technology but are developed within that domain. A recently example is intelligent bandages, developed at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard, Purdue and several other research centers. The purpose of such a bandage is to monitor a wound… Read More
I just watched a webinar on non-invasive bio-imaging as a way to detect and track disease, which gave me a sense of the way tech progresses in the medical field and makes for a positive counterpoint to my views on medical IoT, at least as envisioned in much of our industry. The webinar, on new approaches to in-vivo imaging was hosted … Read More
In the wave of enthusiasm surrounding the IoT, medical applications are often held up as an obvious and compelling area where applications cannot fail to succeed. I beg to differ. I think there are two important reasons why almost no such applications will succeed, at least not in the way we seem to be approaching them today.
The first… Read More