Medical

Wearing your health

Wearable electronic devices have been around for some time, but there are different philosophies when it comes to designing medical wearable devices. If a Fitbit, Apple Watch or golfing GPS malfunctions, there is no drama outside a bit of inconvenience. However, the same cannot be said for tracking and monitoring devices, cardiovascular system monitors and pulse oximeters, for example. Go to Article

Get switched on to improve medical device operability

The medical sector is experiencing a rapid pace of change driven by technology innovation that is improving patient care – in both identifying and treating life-changing conditions. With medical devices becoming smaller and more complex, and having longer lifecycles, using high-quality, reliable components is essential. Go to Article

Let’s hear it for the switches

At the heart of hearing aids, the switch performs a vital function and serves as the trusted, intuitive interface between the device and its wearer Go to Article