NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes, a Wisconsin-based nuclear medicine company, relies on EmbedTek for embedded computing solutions and lifecycle management.
Vendor consolidation transforms production from complex assembly and sourcing to easy-to-install sub-assembly with one SKU for a packaging OEM.
There is a time and a place for machine learning. How to know it is right for you. A free white paper download for OEMs.
Supply chain disruptions are forcing an inordinate amount of change to critical components of medical devices. The burden placed on medical device OEMs to validate these changes distracts engineering, quality, and operations teams from more strategic activities. Reacting to an unpredictable supply chain endangers new development as well as ongoing production.
Medical device designs are complex – from the technological advancements that created them and interconnects between different functional facets, to their enclosures and regulatory requirements.
EmbedTek filed a provisional patent for a camera system including a reflective progressive lens. The system captures images of people, vehicles, or objects that would be blurred or lack enough detail with standard camera technology and lenses.
EmbedTek developed a high-speed pill counter to replace the need for manual sorting of highly sensitive prescription medications.
With wider accessibility, UWB has the potential to improve safety, efficiency, and be cost effective across many industries. This white paper details the different ways UWB can be used today and factors to consider before you get started.
EmbedTek recently worked with a leader in steam turbine manufacturing to design a cohesive and intelligent system that monitors valve health in real time. We accomplished this by leveraging our embedded systems expertise and our understanding of their market and business needs to develop a fully functional and reliable solution.
EmbedTek filed a provisional patent for a non-linear, progressive lens constructed to optically capture an area of interest positioned within the 3D field of view for the camera.