Sunrise Labs offers product development and engineering services by leveraging its ISO 13485:2016 certified process. Specializing in medical device and life science instrumentation development, Sunrise Labs has a project portfolio that includes patient monitoring solutions, neuro, surgical robotics, imaging, cardiac, therapeutic, dermatology, IVD and connected systems.
Featured technologies and services: Electronics and mechanical engineering miniaturization, cybersecurity gap analysis and mitigation, BLE connectivity
- Electronics and mechanical engineering miniaturization: Patient monitoring and wearable devices are significant growth areas in the medical device sector. Products need to be small, usable and reliable. Between user needs and design inputs, device developers are challenged in balancing requirements such as weight, size, battery life, wireless connectivity, cost and scalability.
- Cybersecurity gap analysis and mitigation: Medical device security is a topic of concern for healthcare systems and manufacturers. Developers need to be aware of the latest exploits affecting the security of medical devices and must stay current with the latest practices in security. The ability to conduct an accurate and complete cybersecurity risk analysis is imperative to the success of a connected medical device. Having methodologies and tools in place to analyze and mitigate security risk will help balance device security and the usability needs of a product.
- BLE connectivity: Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is a wireless personal area network technology gaining wide adoption in applications in healthcare, fitness and security industries. Designed for low-power operation, BLE provides developers the ability to manage power levels and implement security options that meet regulatory muster. Small size, low cost and its ability to operate for months or years on a button cell make BLE technology a solid solution for the size and reliability requirements of wearable and diagnostic medical devices.
Visit Sunrise Labs at booth #408 at DeviceTalks West, Dec. 11-12.