Developing products for clinical settings

Voler developed the next generation clinical lice treatment unit that improved the usability and aesthetics, increased functionality, decreased costs, and improved portability. We provided very tight temperature control: hot enough to kill lice, not so hot it burns a child's head. Voler also added a cellular modem to enable tracking of each use (for reimbursement [...]

January 31st, 2018|Categories: Medical Devices, Recent Electronic & Embedded Design Projects, V2018|

Voice Activated Wake Up and Ultra Low Power Design

Many mobile applications use sensors to monitor various activities- movement, sound, temperature, and the like. The sensors, if "always on" in full power would shorten battery life. Recent chip developments enable applications and devices to operate in a low power mode until they detect the signal that wakes them up and activates them for the [...]

January 31st, 2018|Categories: Ultra Low Power, V2018, Wearable Devices|

Finding some “sense” in 2018

In 2018, sensors will continue to be a driving force for innovation. Low-cost sensors are revolutionizing medical, home health and wearable devices, as well as other Internet of things gadgets. These smart devices benefit from the ongoing development and fusion of low-cost, high-volume sensors.  Whether it is temperature, pressure, vibration, acceleration, flow, sound or vision, [...]

January 6th, 2018|Categories: Sensors, V2018|

Production Hell: Unpredictable Field Failures Solved by Voler

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 [...]

January 4th, 2018|Categories: News, V2018|