Here’s what was new in the world of medical device suppliers during the week of January 1.
Assembly and Automation
By applying predictive analytics, medical device companies can make a shift to a proactive mode to avoid potential problems before they happen, according to an expert in business strategy and software engineering.
There are a number of money-saving and money-making uses for collaborative robots, shares a speaker at the upcoming MD&M Minneapolis conference.
Machines could learn like humans, offering quality and productivity benefits, among others, according to an automation and machine vision expert speaking at MD&M Minneapolis.
Presenters at MD&M Minneapolis will discuss how using technologies from other industries can make medical device manufacturing more efficient.
In fields such as biotechnology and medical devices, where ideas and projects are often the product of extensive research and collaboration across various disciplines, inventorship choices can be intricate, sensitive, and complex.
A mechanical engineer who has spent years on the design side of medtech reviews the evolution of AI in medical devices, and discusses the impact it will have on the industry's future.
Testing and Diagnostic Products and Systems
Here's why a medical device manufacturer may want to consider parylene conformal coatings for implantable devices.
LED is gaining ground in medical illumination and spot curing. Here’s what’s possible with the light source and what device makers need to keep in mind as they transition to LED.
Medtronic's new Signia stapling system is designed with a built-in smart technology to detect the variability of tissue thickness and automatically adjust the stapler's speed during surgery. The goal is to help surgeons fire staples consistently and evenly. Amanda Pedersen The handle...
Datwyler Sealing Solutions's Middletown, DE, facility will produce vial and syringe components when it opens next year. Datwyler Sealing Solutions has broken ground on a new facility for producing specialty coated rubber components for drug-delivery devices. The Middletown, DE, facility...
General practitioners may need to up their game over the next 10 years, if artificial intelligence disrupts the market as much as one medtech CEO expects it to. Amanda Pedersen Biotricity Inc. is in talks with IBM Watson Health to use artificial intelligence in remote patient...