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2017 Roundup of Robotics & AR/VR Meetups

Nothing beats face-to-face meetings for keeping one’s finger on the industry pulse and staying abreast of new developments. We’ve created a roundup of robotic meetups around Silicon Valley. We always look forward to establishing new and growing existing relationships via networking at events like these.   One event, we will attend is on Sept 14: [...]

August 16th, 2017|Categories: IoT, Newsletters, V2017|

Volume 2017, Issue 3 Newsletter

In This Issue: Getting Data into the Cloud Developers have several options for getting data into the cloud, the best method requires evaluating power needs, WiFi coverage, data transmission rates, and related costs. Read more Hackathons – Kickoff for Innovation Hackathons are useful for companies to generate promising product ideas and stimulate the creative and [...]

August 1st, 2017|Categories: News, Newsletters, V2017|

Self-Care Medical Devices and Health Wearables Require Increased Focus on Design for Human Factors

image source: Human Factors and Medical Devices on FDA website by Walt Maclay Recently, I attended a fascinating panel discussion that explored the increasing importance of understanding human factors and user experience in the design and successful use of a medical device for home care or self-care. Medical devices like insulin pumps and home dialysis [...]

July 27th, 2017|Categories: Medical Devices, V2017, Wearable Devices|

At your wits’ end? We can help fix your design

Occasionally we help clients who have had a design project that has gone off track. Here is a recent project we rescued after the project went awry. “I appreciate the great work that Voler has been performing. Voler’s team has assisted us with many problems, fixed code from an outside consultant, added features that were [...]

July 20th, 2017|Categories: V2017|

Getting Data into the Cloud

The challenge of IoT and connected devices is getting data from the device sensor to the cloud, that is, getting access through the internet to where that data is used, processed, and stored. The ubiquitous use of WiFi and Bluetooth through smartphones, along with the widespread availability of cell towers and public WiFi access points, [...]

July 19th, 2017|Categories: IoT, V2017, Wearable Devices, Wireless|

Wearable Device Design Mistakes

Frequently, we are called in to perform design reviews of wearable devices. Here are a couple of common design mistakes we see for wearable devices: Design draws too much power To save power, you will want to turn off portions of your design when you're not using them.  Design and testing of shut-down and sleep [...]

July 5th, 2017|Categories: V2017, Wearable Devices|

Hackathons – Kickoff for Innovation

Hackathons are increasingly being used to inspire innovation. A hackathon is a design sprint-like event in which development engineers, users, and other subject-matter experts collaborate intensively for a short period of time, typically a day or a weekend. Hackathons are useful for companies to generate promising product ideas and stimulate the creative and problem-solving juices [...]

July 1st, 2017|Categories: V2017|

June 2017: Quick Update

No better way to start the day than by receiving a thank you from a client! I want to thank you for your work on this project. Voler’s approach from quoting the project to completing the work was a rewarding experience, particularly the way risk is built into the proposed budget. I have let others within the [...]

June 6th, 2017|Categories: News, V2017|

Happy with their effectiveness and professionalism

"I appreciate the great work that Voler has been performing. Voler's team has assisted us with many problems, fixed code from an outside consultant, added features that were required by the company and aided in the training of company employees on the current code. We have been very happy with their effectiveness and professionalism." - [...]

May 30th, 2017|Categories: Customer References, News, Testimonials, V2017|

Volume 2017, Issue 2 Newsletter

In This Issue: Biosensors: Avoiding errors measuring physiological functions like EKG, heart rate, and temperature Wearable medical devices are biosensors attached to the human body to detect and monitor changes and capture biological / physiological data. These devices are usually non-invasive devices that function autonomously. Monitoring older adults and subjects with chronic conditions in the [...]

May 23rd, 2017|Categories: News, Newsletters, V2017|