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Challenges and key considerations for integrating sensor technologies in medical devices and in vitro diagnostics

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The value of the global sensor market is projected to reach $287 billion by 2025. But with demand for reliable, high-performance, low-cost sensors increasing, and new technologies, such as microtechnology and nanotechnology being developed, we look at the challenges and key considerations throughout your development journey, when implementing your sensor technology in to a marketable medical device or IVD . This webinar will look at the various development challenges when working with Sensor Technologies. Starting with an overview of the different types of tech, from optical and electromagnetic to electrochemical and implantable, we will discuss how the benefits of novel sensor tech can be outweighed by the many pitfalls often found downstream in volume implementation. We will then move on to regulatory requirements and the necessity of identifying, assessing and overcoming the many risks in your development programme, as early as possible.

This talk is part of the Sensors CDT seminars series.

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