HSD has adopted JAMA Requirements Management Software for increased robustness in Design History Files, Traceability and collaboration. “The addition of this software allows our group to more easily conform to our design process based on ISO 13485″, said Bob Barry, Director of Engineering. He adds, “by embracing an open, collaborative approach to product delivery, we avoid work arounds in our process and eliminates the communication obstacles responsible for product delays”. Seymour Friedel, CTO of HSD, illustrated “the integration it brings across all disciplines, Hardware, Software, and System design helps bring the product faster with increased requirements traceability”. To learn more about JAMA click here.
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Another great article on the every changing landscape of the medical device industry from Core77; Designing for the Medical Device Industry: The Future - Connected
HSD, Dassault Systems and Ximedica continue their insight on the changing landscape of the medical device industry, technology and the ACA.
Angelini announces a breakthrough in device sanitization – ALUVIS the device that sanitizes all mobile hand-held devices. It’s simple and easy to use. HSD assisted in the design, engineering and pre-production prototyping of this revolutionary device that utilizes UV light to reduce microbial contamination on mobil hand held devices. Check out out animation of the Aluvis™ UV Sanitizing system here.
Check out the article on Core77; Designing for the medical Device Industry: Holistic Solutions - A multi-Faceted Approach
HSD, Dassault Systems and Ximedica discuss the challenges of designing complex products in a regulatory environment and moving through the sea of verification and validation.
Join HSD and other product design organizations at Dumbo Spot, Brooklyn, NY for the DMS semi-annual summit. TheDesign for Manufacturing Summits bring together industrial designers, makers, developers, engineers and manufacturers for a more decentralized, leaner manufacturing ecosystem.
Tor Alden from HSD will be discussing new trends and processes working in cross-disciplanary collaboration in product development.
For more information about the conference and get a discounted registration, click here.
Tor Alden, Principal of HS Design, will be speaking at the 2014 IDSA North East District Conference on May 15th in NYC.
High technology medical and consumer medical start-ups are on the increase and often have difficulty raising capital in the early stages. Tor will discuss the various paths HSD assists their clients to connect with funding opportunities through collaborative relationships, strategic alliances and investment equity opportunities.
The conference will be held at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Place, New York, NY 10280. For more information regarding the conference click here.
HSD will be providing a seminar at the BIOMEDevice conference on March 26, 2014. The goal of this creativity workshop is to provide guests with concrete methods and tools they can apply when designing new medical products. Our team will provide techniques that help break through normal patterns of thinking. HSD will provide an overview of Design Thinking and strategies that delegates can use to access their own innate creativity to drive innovation for “WICKED” problem solving. We will lead workshop exercises that will give attendees practice in creative thinking and visualization techniques.
For more information and to register for this event, please click here.
HSD recently completed a multi-year collaboration with the US Army RDECOM Laboratory’s Edgewood Chemical Biological Center to develop a Next Generation Respiratory Protection System (NGRPS).
The NGRPS concept is an integrated headgear solution which uses scalable protection for the future warfighter.
The system allows scalable protection ranging from Air-Purifing Respirator (APR), Powered Air-Purifing Respirator (PAPR), and Closed-Circuit Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (CC SCBA) modes or operation.
The NGRPS provides an integrated headgear solution that allows for operational tailoring and does not require helmet removal for donning. The system includes a CB liner system that integrates the mounting of the ballistic helmet shell and CB Mask system allowing for a completely sealed environment.
HSD had its first annual sailing outing on the Hudson River. Leaving from Liberty Landing the staff enjoyed spectacular views of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty. We were excited to be able to take time off from work to connect with one another through such an unforgettable experience! Special thanks to our CTO for the generous use of the Jay 130. We welcome clients and friends to join us on our next sail. Truly Spectacular.