Posts tagged Medical Devices
C-UV400: The Future of UV Protection

With the C-UV400 tablet, professionals in the medical industry along with eyewear specialists can show their clients exactly how defended their eyes will be in any set of glasses. Sunscreenr previously made waves with a UV detection camera displays sunscreen coverage on skin. This technological foundation has been built upon to create the indoor detection technology that is now at work in the C-UV400. The 8” tablet is easy to transport and features intuitive operation making it fun and informative for clients and technicians alike.

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Trig Celebrates 10 Years!

Wow. You look up one day, shut your laptop, and you realize that you’ve been in business for 10 years. Happy birthday, Trig! Enjoy a walk down memory lane as we explore many of the team members and awards Trig has picked up along the way over the course of the last decade.

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A Phaser for Fighting Sepsis

Thanks to the Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine for the great write-up on the 410 Medical LifeFlow Rapid Infuser! “Hagler closely collaborated with Robertson to optimize the design and engineer all the details, such as how to translate the squeezing motion of the hand on the trigger to the depressing of the syringe.”

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A Way Forward for Medical Device Innovation

In a Q+A session, Stuart Karten, a California-based industrial designer and juror for the Medical Design Excellence Awards, talks about the intersection of consumer products and medical design.  Karten correctly documents the power of the first impression, since consumers often inform their buying choices with that powerful first interaction with a product.

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Press Release: Hagler Announces Launch of Trig Innovation

Ty Hagler, leader of Durham, NC industrial design firm Studio Hagler, announces the launch of his new venture in innovation management consulting, Trig Innovation. Hagler, a Georgia Tech alumnus who will complete his master of business administration with a focus in innovation management from North Carolina State University in May 2011, has led industrial design teams since his time at The Home Depot's new product laboratory, starting in 2004.

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