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<h2>Wideblue building Infra Red medical devices for clinical trials in new clean area

Wideblue building Infra Red medical devices for clinical trials in new clean area

12 Decemeber 2019

Wideblue have started building 200 of the latest advanced personal capnometer devices for Cambridge Respiratory Innovations Limited (CRiL).

The CRiL devices are battery powered and transmit patients breath records direct to a secure server. The devices will be used for the next stage of clinical trials for patients with various respiratory diseases starting in Feb 2020.

Wideblue have commissioned a new clean area for the production of the latest N Tidal C and N Tidal A devices along with the associated replaceable mouthpieces and breath tubes. The new clean area is suitable for the assembly of clean products and optical products.

<h2>Wideblue presenting new product designs at Med Tech Innovation Expo, NEC Birmingham 15-16th May

Wideblue presenting new product designs at Med Tech Innovation Expo, NEC Birmingham 15-16th May

3 May 2019

Wideblue and Pivot International will be attending Med Tech Innovation Expo – NEC Birmingham 15-16th May and presenting their latest work on new medical devices. Wideblue have permission from Cambridge Respiratory Innovations Limited, Softcell Medical, Calcivis, Pivot International and PEEK to show off their latest new medical devices which are at various stages of development. Wideblue also hope to have a few new early stage concept designs on show and to prompt discussions. We hope to see you there.

<h2>Wideblue presenting new product designs at Med Tech Innovation Expo, NEC Birmingham 15-16th May

Wideblue presenting new product designs at Med Tech Innovation Expo, NEC Birmingham 15-16th May

3 May 2019

Wideblue and Pivot International will be attending Med Tech Innovation Expo – NEC Birmingham 15-16th May and presenting their latest work on new medical devices. Wideblue have permission from Cambridge Respiratory Innovations Limited, Softcell Medical, Calcivis, Pivot International and PEEK to show off their latest new medical devices which are at various stages of development. Wideblue also hope to have a few new early stage concept designs on show and to prompt discussions. We hope to see you there.

<h2>Wideblue visit the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult’s National Renewable Energy Centre

Wideblue visit the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult’s National Renewable Energy Centre

31 March 2019

Wideblue, along with client RAB-Microfluidics, visited the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult’s National Renewable Energy Centre in Blyth as part of an Innovate UK-funded collaborative project. The project aims to revolutionise oil condition monitoring for the wind energy sector by using microfluidics. Microfluidics is a multidisciplinary field encompassing engineering, physics, chemistry and nanotechnology to create a lab-on-a-chip for screening, diagnostic and measurement.

RAB-Microfluidics are an Aberdeen-based start-up and have been developing their unique technology for five years. This is just one of a number of projects that RAB-Microfluidics is working on alongside Wideblue.

<h2>Wideblue sponsor Doctor Of Engineering in Applied Photonics

Wideblue sponsor Doctor Of Engineering in Applied Photonics

15 March 2019

Wideblue are pleased to sponsor a position in Applied Photonics through the Centre for Doctorate Training at Herriot Watt University. The successful candidate will work on Wideblue’s Optical Ground Station Receiver project as part of the collaborative R+D Quantum Key Device project. Applicants are encouraged to help bring this exciting new technology to market.

For further details, please click here.

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