Nanomix is a US-based medical technology manufacturer specializing in the development of nanoscale electronic biosensors. They created a proprietary, scalable carbon nanotube biosensor technology with an innovation challenge of redefining point-of-care nano technology with performance equal to that of a central laboratory system.
Sparton’s customer is a medical device company requiring the use of numerous complex printed circuit board assemblies (PCBA). As products themselves become more complex, so too does the ability to maintain quality.
As x86 systems- processors, memory, and I/O technologies (cables, radio, etc.) have evolved, the embedded world has absorbed these in various forms and in some cases taken an entirely different approach. In this presentation we explore some of the history of x86 influences on embedded systems as well as new approaches and markets that the embedded world has created.
Product life cycle management is a manufacturing industry buzz word heard frequently these days. Why? It's a solid business strategy. A well-defined lifecycle requirement that includes information about your product and processes is a first step towards streamlining and improving all stages of product development and manufacturing. This webinar will discuss the benefits and best practices at every stage of the product lifecycle.
Sparton has developed software for virtually all of the elements of a highly complex IVD device – from precision sample metering, mechanical motion, and instrumentation, to user interfaces, connectivity, and remote...Read