25.04.2015 | Medical technology between the priorities of safety, aesthetics and future trends. Medical technology must pass strict legal requirements before being approved. And for good reason, since operating errors can jeopardise the reliability of the diagnosis, the success of the treatment or even the lives of patients. Safe and intuitive operation reduces these risks and gives manufacturers a distinct competitive advantage.
Societal change is also opening up new opportunities for manufacturers, beyond the traditional medical device. Attend the "hello, medical" event and learn how to exploit these opportunities. On the basis of an excellent project example, experts from Grossenbacher Systeme, Smart HMI and UID show how to make medical technology safe and aesthetically pleasing. Let the exchange with colleagues inspire you to try out new solutions.
||Practise report: Swissness as a design factor – the Swisstom BB2 lung function monitor
- Novel insights into the breathing lung
- Visualising medical data in a manner that is appropriate and easy to understand
- Combining operational safety and aesthetics
||Integration of usability with a design eligible for approval – from GUI design to approved software
- What types of touch solutions have a future in medical technology?
- What design options does glass offer?
- What kind of hardware architecture combines modern display solutions with the application?
||Developing a medical device – from the idea to standard-compliant documentation
- How do you systematically integrate usability measures into development?
- What requirements and standards need to be considered?
- How can you and your users benefit from a medical device that is suitable for use?
||Medical trends of the future – opportunities and challenges for Medical Apps, Smart Health and the like
- What other possibilities are there beyond the classic medical device?
- How can you respond to changes in society and user expectations?
- How can you score points with Medical Apps, Home Care, Smart Health and Medical Wellness?
You will have the opportunity to visit our exhibit during the breaks.
Food and drinks will be provided.