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SUNNYVALE, Calif., March 13 - Voler Systems, a leader in electronic design, is pleased to announce that Farzad Zarrinfar has joined their Board. Voler Systems is a growing electronic design consulting company that specializes in wearable and IoT devices for the medical and consumer industries. They are experts in sensors, wireless, motion control and power [...]
Walt Maclay will be speaking on Wearable Devices from Idea to FDA Approval on March 13, 2018 to the Bio2Devices group. Wearable fitness devices are influencing today’s medical devices that target clinical and everyday applications. Walt Maclay will discuss the issues involved with bringing wearable medical devices from an idea to FDA approval based on [...]
Walt Maclay will be presenting on "Sensors and wearable devices for home health" on Friday, April 27, 2018. It looks like an amazing program and an extraordinary conference! We hope to see you there. https://www.smarthealth.tech/speaker/walter-maclaypresident-and-founder/
There’s nothing worse than production stopping for design issues. A recent client asked us to help solve an intermittent design problem causing unpredictable field failures and costly product returns in a product designed by another firm. We quickly determined the root of the problem and provided a way for the device to power down fully [...]
Accelerometers are widely used in electronic products such as phones, gaming controllers and cars. Since they are cheap and ultra-low power, in many products they are part of the wake-up circuit. When they sense movement, they turn on the rest of the systems. However, if they are deployed incorrectly, they will cause intermittent problems with [...]
Wearable fitness devices are influencing today’s medical devices that target clinical and everyday applications. Some of the innovation involves new modalities of measurement: for example an iPhone that analyzes your eyeball to determine blood pressure. But fundamentally the challenge has shifted from determining how to make accurate and precise measurements to how to enable a compact [...]
We are excited to be mentor at Stanford University's Health Hackathan. We will assess their technical feasibility and help provide guidance on product development.
Wearable Device Sensors Thurs Oct. 26 at 6:30pm HackerDoJo 3350 Thomas Road, Santa Clara, CA https://www.meetup.com/IoTSiliconValley/events/243666359/