New product development strategies applied early in the design process ensure that the end product is designed for cost-effective manufacturing.
Cogmedix has the expertise and capabilities to assist our customers at any phase of the product development process with exceptional quality, compliance and customer experience.
The Cogmedix DFcx™ Engineering Services group is committed to supporting our customers. Our engineers become an extension of any OEM design team for any project, resulting in a high probability of time to market success.
Cogmedix provides comprehensive product development and commercialization services with extensive knowledge and expertise in the area of optical and laser-based medical devices.
Startups developing medical devices for the US market can often be unprepared for dealing with FDA regulations and preparing for an FDA product submission. Cogmedix understands the importance of quality and compliance, and proudly works with our customers to ensure they are meeting all required standards at all stages of product development and manufacturing.
Medical device product development and commercialization can be challenging, especially when technology innovation is critical to developing your product. Cogmedix’s Design Control process has four distinct phases of development to maintain compliance while fast-tracking technology innovation.
By Chad Graham, Electrical Engineering Manager As with life, the medical industry is a constant balance of risk versus benefit. In the medical device sector, a medical device’s class is used as a means of classifying how risky a device is and, by extension, what...
Cogmedix recently had the pleasure of attending BIOMEDevice Boston, sponsored by MD&M. It was a great opportunity to engage with many Cogmedix suppliers, customers and design partners, as well as meet new companies showcasing their varying capabilities.
When selecting the materials that will make up a medical device, one of the most important steps is considering the FDA requirements for flammability, biocompatibility and environment compatibility. These requirements are necessary for a marketable device, but not for a functional prototype. It is common during technology development to focus on core functionality and delay meeting some regulatory requirements until the product design stage. Once the product design commences, it is possible to experience difficulty finding materials that meet both core functional and regulatory requirements.