The human body is a complex dynamic system that offers researchers, entrepreneurs, and innovators a wealth of data. Future advances in medical devices will be based on gathering and leveraging this data. This webinar covers making measurements with a prototype. The focus is on getting a quick prototype to test the sensor, the location on [...]
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The most common mistakes in sensor applications include failing to select the most appropriate sensing principle/technology for the task. Below are some case studies where we were able to help teams find the best sensor for their need. Need Sensors Measure blood oxygen level as part of a device to detect sleep apnea and correct [...]
June 26, 2018 - Sunnyvale CA, Voler Systems is excited to announce the availability of the Universal Health-Sensor Platform that enables gathering data much quicker and innovating that much faster. The Universal Health-Sensor Platform allows firms to save time and money when prototyping wearable devices that gather physiological data. The Universal Health-Sensor Platform allows firms [...]
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We are excited to be featured in Sensors Online and look forward to the 2018 Medical Sensors Design Conference in a few weeks. At the Medical Sensors Design Conference in San Jose, Voler will be demonstrating their Universal Health-Sensor Platform. Voler enables your fastest path to capturing and transmitting patient data with a pre-engineered prototype [...]
In this video, Walt Maclay discusses the issues involved with bringing wearable medical devices from an idea to FDA approval based on his firms many experiences. He explores areas including user interface issues, battery life, different sensing technologies, data security, and verification to meet FDA and CE requirements.
Transcript of Walt Maclay "Battery Limitations for Wearable Devices" video Walt Maclay: If battery technology advanced like semiconductors have, you would have a device the size of a pinhead that could power your car and it'd cost a penny. Unfortunately, we're never going to have that. If you want to get much, much denser [...]