Carlisle Interconnect Technologies launches new website

Carlisle Interconnect Technologies (St. Augustine, Fla.) announced that it has launched a new website that offers intuitive user-experience. The new site offers enhanced navigation and search functionality and an easier way of doing business highlighting product features and customer benefits. It also allows visitors to have an interactive experience and better understanding of what CarlisleIT

5 things you need to know to make connected medical devices

Bill Welch, Phillips-Medisize The estimated number of connected medical devices – devices connected to the Internet –is expected to increase from 10 billion to 50 billion over the next decade, according to the IBM Institute for Business Value. This is due to the ability for machine-to-machine communication through cloud computing and networks of data-gathering sensors,

Bosch Rexroth’s new IoT Gateway: why you should care

Chris Newmarker, Managing Editor, and Heather Thompson, Senior Editor Bosch Rexroth could be enabling a whole new host of Industry 4.0 capabilities in advanced manufacturing fields such as medtech, thanks to its IoT Gateway debuted at CES in Las Vegas last month. The  IoT Gateway makes it easy for manufacturers to connect to the Internet of

5 Golden Mousetrap winners and finalists you need to know

Updated February 8, 2017 Some of the latest and greatest design and manufacturing innovations were highlighted this week at Design News’s annual Golden Mousetrap Awards,  held at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. Here are five award winners and finalists that medical device industry insiders should especially pay attention to: Next>>

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RTI Surgical collaborates with American Dental Association on proposed Technical Report No. 1089

RTI Surgical, a global surgical implant company providing surgeons with safe biologic, metal and synthetic implants, commends the recent work of the American Dental Association (ADA) to improve track and trace of tissue implants used in dental surgeries. The ADA has released a technical report that will help to improve tracking and tracing within this

Siemens Healthineers introduces next-generation RAPIDComm System

Siemens Healthineers announced it released a major software upgrade for the RAPIDComm Data Management System (V6.0), an informatics solution to centrally manage in vitro diagnostics analyzers and operators at the point-of-care (POC). In addition to the system’s enhanced productivity and performance features, RAPIDComm V6.0 now connects with POC cardiac devices. “Point-of-care coordinators face tremendous workflow

Startups collaborate to create a wearable device for epilepsy diagnosis

Dataiku and Bioserenity, two European based companies, have partnered to create a wearable device which is aimed to improve the diagnosis of epilepsy. Dataiku, the maker of predictive analytics software, has created a data analysis application that has been combined with a wearable device developed by Bioserenity. The result monitors patients in real-time to help

Interscatter communication enables first-ever implanted devices to ‘talk WiFi’

UW Today University of Washington researchers have introduced a new way of communicating that allows devices such as brain implants, contact lenses, credit cards and smaller wearable electronics to talk to everyday devices such as smartphones and watches. This new “interscatter communication” works by converting Bluetooth signals into Wi-Fi transmissions over the air. Using only

Bernoulli provides medical device integration and connectivity at major hospital network

Bernoulli, a leader in real-time connected healthcare, announced the successful go-live of medical device integration and connectivity at Pennsylvania-based St. Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN), a non-profit, regional, fully integrated, nationally recognized health system. The implementation took place as part of the current Epic installation for six of the health system’s hospitals. Utilizing their proven

Lightower’s Limitless Networks power eMedicine innovations in healthcare

Lightower Fiber Networks, the premier provider of all-fiber, high-performance networking solutions delivered over its own network, recently explained how Lightower’s Limitless Networks exceed the most demanding network requirements of advanced technology initiatives in health care – both today and into the future. Current innovations in eHealth technology can be classified in one of three main

Podcast: Taking the pain out of cybersecurity

Stephanie Domas, Battelle’s lead medical device security engineer, discusses the cybersecurity climate for medical device technology, and provides some insight into how to painlessly approach your own risk-mitigation plan.

DeviceTalks: Mike Mahoney – Boston Scientific CEO

Four years ago, when Mike Mahoney was just another rising star in the Johnson & Johnson universe, the powers-that-be at Boston Scientific knew they needed a game-changer. Times were not good at the Natick, Mass.-based medical device giant. For several years following the $27 billion Guidant acquisition, Boston Scientific had been mired in a prolonged

Are the BRIC markets still worth the effort?

Stewart Eisenhart / Senior Regulatory Analyst / Emergo Group If the title of this article sounds pessimistic, it’s for a reason. Compared to the highly evolved medical device markets in the U.S., Europe and Japan, the growing BRIC markets–Brazil, Russia, India and China–continue to perplex new entrants. The BRIC markets have long been pursued by device

Nypro Healthcare wins BD Global Award for Partnership Supplier of the Year

Nypro Healthcare, a developer and manufacturer of diagnostic, pharmaceutical and medical devices, recently won the 2014 BD Global Award for Partnership Supplier of the Year. The award recognizes Nypro Healthcare’s world-class capabilities and performance beyond the customer-vendor relationship and showcases the company’s value as a strategic collaboration partner. Inaugurated in 2010, the BD Supplier Recognition

MNX Global Logistics opens new Life Sciences Logistics Center in Amsterdam

MNX Global Logistics announces the opening of its dedicated supply chain and logistics facility in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, located just outside of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. This facility with validated temperature-controlled supply chain capabilities will serve as the operations and warehousing hub for its life sciences and medical device customers throughout Europe. “The demand for our services