An expert talks about the latest in sensor technology development and shares a few tips on how medical device developers can find the right technology to suit their device.
Find out how a design firm took a large-scale medical imaging project from sketch to commercial product within one year using the Microsoft HoloLens for rapid prototyping.
A product development expert provides insights and specific case examples of how voice-enabled smart speakers like the Amazon Echo and Google Home could disrupt the medical device industry, beginning as early as the R&D phase.
Sonde Health wants to borrow your voice to develop new ways of detecting mental and physical health problems, including depression. This is just one way machine intelligence is disrupting medtech.
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Plenty of large medtech companies know how to talk the talk, but how many are actually walking the walk? A former 3M employee shares an ecosystem-wide perspective on medtech innovation at big companies.
As the medical device industry begins to embrace a new era of healthcare collaborations and risk-sharing contracts, what role might FDA play in that trend? This was the question MD+DI posed to a senior advisor to the commissioner of FDA, and his answer might surprise you.
Reports that Theranos has laid off most of its workforce and begged investors for more money triggered a rather entertaining Twitterstorm.
From visual inspection to bubble emission to tracer gas methods, you've got a lot at your disposal. What are you using, and what challenges are you facing?
What type of score will your company earn under FDA's Pre-Cert Program for Software as a Medical Device (SaMD)?
MD+DI News Editor Amanda Pedersen chats with Advanced Manufacturing Now about key opportunities and challenges in the medical device industry today, including the use of sensors, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, surgical robots, and value-based care. All of these topics and more will be explored in depth at the BIOMEDevice Boston Conference and Expo.
Usability testing should be employed to evaluate AR medical interfaces, says a lead UX designer speaking at BIOMEDevice Boston.