Device Electronics Engineering

Device Electronics Engineering allows designers and engineers to improve medical device electromagnetic performance and safety while reducing costly physical testing.

Regulatory pressures and rising clinical costs are constricting development bandwidth and slowing down innovation. Device recalls are also on the rise indicating quality and reliability issues. Benchtop tests are expensive and time consuming yet do not often provide much insight into product behavior.

Device Electronics Engineering enables the virtual validation of medical device electromagnetic performance and effects. It includes solutions for antenna design and placement, signal and power integrity assessment, EMI/EMC evaluation, MRI design, and human exposure compliance by providing state-of-the-art computational modeling tools for low and high frequency applications as well as a population of virtual human models. Using this solution, device makers can improve the electronics reliability, safety, and certification of medical devices using proven simulation techniques and reduce the need for physical testing and the cost and time of new product development.