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.
COTS camera sensors and open source software have dramatically shifted the industrial vision systems playing field, opening up opportunities for nearly any OEM in any industry to improve equipment design, device control, and operational outcomes.
EmbedTek leverages inventive engineering, controled manufacturing and quality testing to design innovations while increasing reliability.
It takes a certain type of environment to foster ideas that set new industry standards.
EmbedTek Founder and Chief Technology Officer Kent Tabor received the Governor’s New Product Award.
Open source software is essential to the inventive and competitive nature of the embedded technology industry.
EmbedTek invented a high-speed sensor and reporting solution capable of identifying cylinders facing imminent failure.