Mitigating Risk in Wearables Medical Device Design
By Walt Maclay
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Designing wearables, especially for medical devices, requires more design planning and risk assessment, coupled with several regulator and legal evaluations before it can see the light of production and ultimately be used in the real world.
It is a time-consuming process that requires an equal amount of expertise and experience.
The key is utilizing the right design & development team, like Voler Systems, to pre-emptively address the risks and ultimately help you from device prototype to launch.
About the Author
Walt Maclay is the president and founder of Voler Systems, founded in 1979 and now one of the top electronic design firms in Silicon Valley. Voler Systems provides design development, risk assessment, and verification of new devices for medical, consumer, and industrial applications. Voler is particularly experienced in designing wearable and IoT devices, using its skill with sensors and wireless technology.
Whether you’re looking for Wearable Technology, IoT, Circuit Design, Electronic Design, Wireless, Sensors, Software and Firmware, Motion Control, or FPGA Development, Voler can help you identify risks while keeping the projects on time, on budget, and easy to manufacture.