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What’s Next for Next-Gen Design?

Saher Bishara (Senior Principal Human Factors & Usability Engineer, Medtronic Diabetes)

Wisam Breegi (CEO & Founder, Breegi Scientific)

Daphne Allen (editor-in-chief, MD+DI)

Anthony Ng (Director of Electrical Engineering, Research and Development, and Device Development , Abbott)

Location: 210A

Date: Wednesday, February 12

Time: 4:05pm - 5:00pm

Track: MD&M Conference: Driving Next-Gen Design & Innovation Strategies

Vault Recording: TBD

During this panel of engineering and design experts, they will discuss where medical device design is headed as the internet of things, and other leading technologies continues to expand. As the medical device field continues to rapidly evolve, manufactures must closely look at security, AI, and rethink design for patient experience. In fact, as new technologies and calls for greater security push manufacturers to upgrade their products, the next generation of medical devices could see many new features and functions. Join this interactive panel as they give you a glimpse of what to expect in the coming years. Topics will include:

  • How 5G will enable the health of IOT and in turn affect next-gen design
  • A look at device security as a key priority for future design
  • Prioritizing patient experience, usability and comfort