Wireless power is ideal for charging sealed, battery-operated, handheld medical devices, and the technology can be reduced in size to in the smallest of devices.
Learn more about the interdisciplinary design of the support features required to perform formal EMC device testing.
Implementing Secure Boot and Secure Firmware Updates in embedded devices ensures trusted code execution.
Choosing a fabrication method for medical products with plastic parts carry added complexity due to the materials, precision needed, and regulatory environment.
For many high volume medical devices, a pre-certified RFID module can be cost-prohibitive.
When developing wireless communication solutions, three things matter - security, performance, and cost of implementation.
When designing of a battery-operated medical device, selecting the battery cannot be postponed.
Tensentric’s team is equipped to support CLIA waived device design efforts with years of experience designing simple and accurate devices that meet the waived test criteria set forth by the FDA.
Packaging design is an integral part of a new or existing product to ensure your product is delivered safely and effectively.
With some hands-on practice, tips and guidance, you can master this art and science of moderation and collect high-quality data.
A thorough and robust Human Factors process is essential and required for medical device and in vitro diagnostic system design.
For complex consumables requiring assembly in a certified clean room, Tensentric's experienced manufacturing team and FDA registered, ISO 13485 facility is here to help bring your product to market.
Connecting medical devices to the cloud provides tremendous advantages, and using Cellular IoT technology may be the only way to make the connection.
The process of defining user stories, asking questions about the intended user group(s), and identifying the user’s needs helps define the “why” behind each design input, resulting in a minimum viable product.
Tensentric offers in-house machining, 3D printing, and other prototyping options to accelerate the design and development cycle with rapid iteration.
There are many features that drive LCD and touchscreen selection for a device in any industry, but these decisions become more restricted in the medical device space.
Imagine a medical device development team has done preliminary analyses on who will be using the device.
Iterating product design while keeping biochemical system interfaces at the forefront de-risks key technical challenges earlier and accelerates device development.
Every product development effort containing embedded software must answer the question early on “Which operating system should the device run?”
In NPD, a prototype is a representation of a product idea intended to learn something about it.