MD&M East Supplier Focus: Uson

Brian Buntz

June 11, 2015

2 Min Read
MD&M East Supplier Focus: Uson

Uson RaptorUson (Booth #1250 at MD&M East) recently debuted the Raptor, a compact, powerful analyzer with a small footprint. Uson boasts that the Raptor is the only leak tester on the market that uses Bluetooth technology to integrate smart devices with leak testing technology. Optima vT's new software allows millisecond data capture to give the user unparalleled control of their testing process.

In the following Q&A, the company's global marketing manager Julie Tran describes the benefits of the technology and reflects on medical device outsourcing and packaging at large.

Qmed: What is the best thing about this technology or service, and what kind of innovations could this technology enable?

Bluetooth control allows the user to make program changes outside and away from controlled environments. Millisecond data capture allows the user to understand more about their process and be able to optimize their processes.

Qmed: How do you see the demands of medical device manufacturers changing in 2015?

Medical device manufacturers are looking for smart companies to partner and work with to address their demanding needs in a competitive industry. One example is how to perform the exact same test with the exact same limits and criteria in multiple manufacturing locations around the world.

Qmed: What are the major challenges you're seeing in the broader healthcare or manufacturing ecosystem?

Outsourcing in the medical device industry requires a deeper understanding of quality parts delivery so the demands for reliable, accurate and precise testing equipment is no longer a luxury, it is a necessity.

Qmed: What are you most excited about technologically?

The ability to package the most technologically advanced leak testing components into compact instruments with user-friendly software and cutting-edge interfaces that address the current and future needs of our customers demanding requirements excites us the most.

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