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Achieving User-Centered Design in Medical Devices 
More medical device manufacturers are accounting for user-centered design early in the product engineering process. 
Achieving User-Centered Design in Medical Devices 
More medical device manufacturers are accounting for user-centered design early in the product engineering process. 
Connected Medical Devices Come into Their Own
The internet-enabled healthcare ecosystem encompasses sensors, devices and other systems able to acquire, process and transmit health data.
Engineering Entrepreneurs Aiming to Prevent Injury in the Workplace
Entrepreneurs set up Coventry University spin-out company to build a wearable device to minimize injury.
Wearable Medical Devices Present Engineering Challenges  
Packaging is critical; mechanical and electrical requirements are just as important, and must be protected.  
Robotics Innovation Challenge Call For Entries Now Open
Earn a prize for a new technology or idea that will benefit the wearable robotics Industry.
Kicking the Tires on Digital Twins
The benefits of virtual representations of individual physical assets aren’t just for large enterprises.
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Rapid Overmolding Used to Develop Wearable Safety Device
Smart people, smart tools and smart partners can make things happen.
PTC Updates Vuforia AR Platform
Among other announcements, PTC details the upcoming release of the newest version of its Vuforia platform for augmented reality development.
HP Debuts Virtual Reality Backpack
HP updates its new VR portfolio, which includes a professional wearable VR PC backpack.
There’s More to Miniaturization than Size
The reason printed electronics have not delivered the expected cost reductions is that the complexity of the manufacturing processes has eliminated much of the cost savings.
Skin-Deep Sensors
University of Minnesota are developing new sensors that can be 3D printed directly on a person’s hand.
Thermal Simulation and Wearables: Too Hot to Handle, Too Bright to Watch
Thermal simulation of wearables must tackle tight corners, personal preferences and interdisciplinary communication issues.
Forwarding Flexible PCB Design
MC10 uses Altium Designer for critical flex circuit design in their wearable medical devices to reduce the manufacturing risk.
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Eyeing the Future of Fitness Tracking
An eyewear maker and a manufacturing service provider team up and accelerate design validation.
Wearables Put Your Design on Your Sleeve
Wearables present challenges on engineering and design fronts.



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