Posts Tagged ‘industrial design’

Innovative, Inexpensive, disposable surgical tool to improve suturing process

Tuesday, January 13th, 2015

HSD assisted in developing a disposable suturing tool initiated by a grant from TEDCO to transfer and commercialize technology. Designed to be an inexpensive, disposable suturing tool that places sutures at regular intervals by means of a suturing guide. To place a stitch with this device, a surgeon simply places the fascia layer between the two arms of the device and squeezes the trigger. The device also protects the needle from accidentally puncturing the internal organs without the assistance of other currently used protective equipment. HSD designed, engineered and prototyped multiple concepts leading to a final working proof of concept for use in pre-clinical trials.

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Software that does most of the work, so you don’t have to!

Saturday, January 3rd, 2015

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Check out the new PrimeraDx Software. HSD is proud to see the Modaplex software GUI integrated into the Qiagen Modaplex system designed to automatically run the instrument. Easy to use plate map creation using touch screen s sets up the PCR reactions for simple runs. The software takes it from there!  The graphical user interface design is geared for simple user set up and sample runs of complex single well reactions.

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The Modaplex System is an automated, high throughput and high multiplex real-time PCR and capillary electrophoresis instrument. The system is capable of running up to 48 samples and reporting on up to 60 targets per sample in 3.5 hours. Both instrument and GUI were concurrently designed to reduce the complexity for clinical researchers.

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Accessories for VEOS HD

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014

Accessory Industrial Design

Whether you use an iPhone, iPad or Camera, Canfield now has the solution.  The Nikon 1 Camera kit turns any VEOS HD dermatoscope into a high resolution digital capture system. A simple magnetic attachment system allows secure connection in seconds, so the camera is ready when you are. With the brilliant 3” LCD display you have a crisp, clear view of the lesion from any angle and a preview of the photograph immediately after capture. Combining the VEOS’ unequaled dermoscopy with the Nikon’s CMOS sensor and fast, accurate “Point and Shoot” technology, you can be sure of a razor sharp, perfectly exposed, clinical quality image every time.

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HSD adopts JAMA

Monday, November 10th, 2014

JAMA Software DesignHSD 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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Qmed 13485 Qualified Supplier

Monday, October 27th, 2014

qmed_supplier_logoQMS Relevant Certifications:

  • ISO 13485:2003 Medical Design Certification
  • ISO 9001:2008 Industrial and Consumer Product Certification
  • AAMI Human Factors Committee Member (creators of HE75 & ISO 62336)

HSD is proud to be recognized as a Qmed quality supplier of medical product design & development. As an Experienced medical product design firm, we can rapidly bring your product idea to market while mitigating risks.

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Designing for the Medical Device Industry: The Future - Connected Health

Monday, October 20th, 2014

 Designing for the Medical Device Industry

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.

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ALUVIS™ UV Sanitizing System Introduced

Monday, October 13th, 2014

UV Sanitizing System Introduced

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.

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Designing for the Medical Device Industry

Monday, October 13th, 2014

Designing for the Medical Device Industry

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.

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HSD @ Design for Manufacturing Summit #7

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

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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.

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HSD at Wrigley

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Getting some fun in while at AACC - Wrigley Field.  Cubs vs Rockies…Cubs win longest game in team history!

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