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Bringing Your Medical Device to Market

The Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI): Bringing Your Medical Device to Market

The development of new medical devices is gaining momentum due to several factors. There is an increasing availability of funding for medical research. Additionally, there is a growing number of talented engineers and scientists dedicated to advancing medical technology. Furthermore, the rapid pace of technological innovation in other industries, such as electronics and computing, is contributing to the development of new medical devices.

Read the full article at ABHI.

18 Sep 2023

Scottish Companies to Help Develop Satellite Communication System

Wideblue and A2E, two leading Scottish product design companies, are helping the Fraunhofer Centre for Applied Photonics (CAP) based in Glasgow with an ambitious project to develop an optical communications system with very low size, weight and power requirements for use with high-altitude pseudo-satellites (HAPS).

The project uses the latest breakthroughs in micro-LED light sources and single photon detectors pioneered by the University of Strathclyde’s Institute of Photonics over the past two decades.

Read the full article at Silicon Scotland.

08 Sep 2023

Technology Scotland: Member Spotlight

Technology Scotland recently caught up with Wideblue for their Member Spotlight series to learn more about who we are and what we do, why we joined Technology Scotland, and much more! Read the full article at Technology Scotland.

22 Aug 2023

Breakthrough Magazine: Science Dream Made Real

Barry Warden of Wideblue explains its role in turning a cherished scientific dream into a reality. Read the full article at Breakthrough Magazine.

22 Jun 2023

Medical Device Design: Getting it Right the First Time

Medical device design and manufacture is highly regulated and quite rightly so. A fault in design or construction can quite literally mean life or death. Barry Warden, managing director, Wideblue explains some key considerations for medical device design, including on a recent project.

Read the full article at Med-Tech Innovation News.

05 Jun 2023


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