medical electronics market continues to face increasing pressure on
its traditional competitive parameters that have always gone beyond
functionality. Engineering is under pressure to deliver:
less expensive hardware
remain competitive, medical equipment manufacturers need to rapidly
incorporate the latest advances in imaging, networking, wireless
and data aquisition.
Increasing sophistication among corporate hospital buyers and consumers,
with both groups under pressure from insurance providers to keep costs
down, has resulted in increasing sophistication and lower price-point
requirements for all varieties of medical equipment.
Today, multi-disciplinary teams are needed to build almost any
kind of medical equipment. Increasingly, these teams need to be savvy
(Field Programmable Gate Array) Design
(Application Specific Integrated Circuit) Design
(System on Chip) Design
speed state of the art Board Design
party IP (Intellectual Property) Integration
1992, Comit has provided quality electronic engineering and consulting
in all the above areas. Comit is able to work with your medical electronics
engineering teams with domestic and international standards including:
FDA, ISO 13485, USDA, 3A, PMO, HACCP, UL, NSF, NEMA, MIL Specs, and
CE MARK for European markets.
engineers understand not only design, but human factors engineering
and manufacturing issues as well, and are well equipped to take
your medical product innovations from the drawing board to the customer.