What You Need to Know Before Manufacturing a Wearable Device
Live event January 23
Remember: You'll receive the slides and video replay even if you can't attend the live event.
Walt Maclay, President of Voler Systems, easily rattled off a dozen watch outs for anyone thinking of creating a wearable sensor. He began with accurately measuring the heart rate.
“Heart rate is simple to implement in theory, but difficult to measure on the wrist,” he began. Walt suggested pulse plethysmography or PPG as a more reliable technique.
After Walt told me about the shortcomings of skin temperature to measure temperature and the issues around measuring EKGs, I knew we should have a group discussion about it.
So we invite you to join us on Wednesday, January 23 at noon Eastern Standard Time for a plenary session from Walt about the steps you need to take to build a better wearable device and get it cleared through FDA.
The free webinar is suitable for anyone in:
- Supply Chain, or
Leader of the
Medical Devices Group
About the Medical Devices Group
The Medical Devices Group brings the entire medical device ecosystem to you for free, and in one place. We’re easygoing yet promise you superlative response times for all your medical device-related questions. Find us at MedicalDevicesGroup.net, the world’s most useful website serving the medical device industry and meet us at an upcoming 10x Medical Device event!
About Voler Systems
Voler Systems is a leading provider of new product design, system integration,medical device design, instrumentation design, and data acquisition systems. Voler has engineered award-winning products since 1979 and continue to solve today’s engineering problems, with it’s unwavering focus on high-quality, innovative engineering that saves clients time and money.