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Electronic & System Engineering

    At DeviceLab we approach Systems Engineering as the foundation of product development. We focus on how to design and manage complex systems through the development process and over the product lifecycle. We start with our customer’s product and design requirements. We enlist a multi-disciplinary team, breakdown the requirements, and identifying the fundamental features of the product to propose a high-level design. The team models, simulates, and tests critical elements of the proposed system for validity and effectiveness. This includes the following disciplines:

  • Electronics
  • Software
  • Signal Processing
  • Distributed Processing
  • Mechanical
  • Power Electronics
  • Fluid Dynamics
  • Motion Control
  • Control Loops
  • Optics and Photonics
  • Thermal Dynamics
  • Chemical Analysis
  • Material Analysis
  • Computational Analysis
  • Time Division/Partitioning

Electronics is at the core of most active medical devices. DeviceLab brings a wealth of Electrical Engineering experience to every system development program. Our collective team of engineers have decades of experience in medical device development as well as other industries. We also blend in young engineers that add talent, creativity, and a youthful perspective to our team. Our experience and expertise in medical device systems engineering include:

  • Embedded Systems
  • ARMTM and RISC Processors and microcontrollers
  • DSP
  • 8, 16 and 32 Bit Microcontrollers
  • FGPA – RTL, programmable logic, VHDL, and Verilog
  • Wireless – Cellular, WiFi, Zigbee, Z-wave, LAN, BT 5.0/BLE, RFID, NFC
  • High-Speed Digital Interfaces
  • Battery Power Systems
  • High Power and High Power Density Designs
  • BDC, BLDC, and Stepper Motor Control
  • Robotics
  • Precision and High-Speed Analog
  • Photonics/Opto-electronics
  • Laser Systems
  • Battery Power – Management, Charging, Fuel Cell Gauging, Extended Life, Multiple Chemistries, and Sizes.
  • Sensors – biometric, environmental, motion, directional
  • Fluid Control and Handling
  • Digital and Analog Control Loops
  • Radio Frequency (RF) Designs
  • Single Board Computers
  • Isolation and Patient Protection
  • ESD, Shielding & EMC Compliance
  • LabVIEW (User Interface Design, Control Systems, Test and Measure Prototyping)
  • Test and Diagnostic Equipment.
  • Knowledge in IEC 62304 and IEC 60601 series

Our innovative team has brought over 300 medical device products from our customer’s vision to reality. This includes medical procedure carts, large, medium, and small instrumentation to wearable products. We consider regulations, reliability, cost, manufacturability, performance, usability, and robustness throughout our medical device design process while meeting the required specifications of every customer’s specifications.

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