Sensors can be an integral part of medical devices to ensure safe and proper use, whether it is measuring contact pressure, position, temperature and humidity, gas pressure, airflow, odor or carbon dioxide, or even detecting an expiration date. They help patients use products correctly, which means they help therapy happen.
Advancements in silicon technology and the development of innovative manufacturing processes are opening up new possibilities for sensors in the healthcare industry. The market is further opened up by the successful integration of sensors and electronics into fabrics and other flexible materials, as well as additive printing manufacturing processes that enable the integration of sensors directly onto biocompatible materials.
Attend Flex’s webinar: Making Sense of Sensors in Medical Products - Improve Your Design with the Right Tools.
Attendees will learn:
- The current and future trends in sensor technologies to better address the upcoming challenges of medical device design.
- Key performance parameters that drive the selection of the right sensing technology that suits specific applications.
- To recognize how sensors can dramatically improve medical device usability and pharma adherence.
- How modular development platforms can help you conceptualize any device idea right from the start, and ultimately accelerate product development and time-to-market.