Building on 40 years of experience in aeronautic, electronics and energy industries, the healthcare sector has embraced engineering simulation for over two decades. With exponentially increasing computational power and the appearance of new reliable physiological models, the medical world now has confidence to predict, with great accuracy, the behavior of devices interacting with the human body.
Today, all leading medical device companies use engineering simulation as a strategic tool to optimize cardiovascular, orthopedic and respiratory devices; diagnosis and personalized medicine treatments; and medical and hospital supplies, for example.
Reliable computer-based models help to:
› Amplify innovation.
› Accelerate the regulatory approval process.
› Maximize the reliability and safety of medical devices.
› Reduce design and operating costs for any new solution.
The Simulation-Driven Medical Device Innovation seminar brings together
– Industrial professionals who have successfully adopted engineering simulation,
– Academic leaders who push the frontiers of in silico prototyping and
– Software developers who customize general-purpose codes to fit the medical industry’s needs.
Our goal is to help biomedical companies to progressively adopt relevant, in silico solutions at an appropriate pace.