Micronet Enertec wins $650,000 medtech testing systems contract


Micronet Enertec Technologies Micronet Enertec Technologies (Nasdaq: MICT) said today that its wholly-owned Enertec Systems 2001 subsidiary, Enertec Systems 2001 has secured a $650,000 purchase order from an undisclosed Fortune 50 multi-national medical device company.

The purchase order involves Enertec creating fully automated testing systems for medical calibration devices treating heart rhythm disorders. It’s the largest order Entertec has received from the customer.

Medical device companies in the top 50 of the Fortune 500 list include Cardinal Health and Johnson & Johnson.

“This purchase order marks the first substantive order Enertec has received in the medical device space. It points to how our expertise in automated testing systems has application beyond the aerospace and defense markets,” David Lucatz, Micronet Enertec Technologies’s president and CEO, said in a news release.

“We look forward to continuing applying our technological expertise with mission critical applications towards new growth opportunities while building a solid backlog and pipeline in the aerospace and defense, medical device, and other industries,” Lucatz said.

Micronet Enertec Technologies’s work includes missile defense technologies and rugged mobile devices for the growing commercial mobile resource management market. Its technologies have gone into weapons systems for Israeli Air Force and Navy.

(See the best minds in medtech live at DeviceTalks Boston on Oct. 2.)

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From incorporating steerability into catheters to getting validation and testing done right, the companies serving the medical device industry have become specialized experts in their own right.

Read on to discover five example of medical device expertise to be had at DeviceTalks West, which runs Dec. 11–12 in Orange County, Calif.

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