Medical products are products that we get up close to: users, patients, medical personnel. They can make the difference between life and death. Or they can help you live the life you’ve always wanted to live. Such products have to make a real difference to people’s lives, whether they’re used at medical facilities or in the home. Because we’re convinced that the user experience is the true indicator of quality.
At Semcon, we combine extensive experience and expertise in the fields of product development and design, validation and digital solutions, and we do so in a unique way.
Innovative design for simple, effective use
Today’s rapid technical development means that users are making more and more stringent demands in terms of design and user friendliness. New technical solutions are stretching the boundaries for the use of prosthetic knees, hearing aids and wheelchairs. Medical devices no longer need to prevent people living full, active lives. Semcon has a unique position in the industry in this respect, partly thanks to Semcon Studios, our in-house development department where we combine design, technology and focus on users.
At Semcon Studios we work in cross functional projects and in close collaboration with the customer – providing our collective competences.
Compliance and patient safety
As Life Science is governed by strict regulations and specific standards to increase safety, the development and producing new products can be a long and complicated process. Semcon has a great deal of experience of validation and quality assurance in medtech primarily based on ISO 13485 and MDR. This means, among other things, that we help our customers ensure quality and streamline the process of getting their medical technology products to market. So that end users can benefit from new, smarter products as soon as possible.
Strict requirements and regulatory frameworks that are constantly changing make it vital to have functioning processes in place. At Semcon, we help our clients to relate to the ISO 13485 regulations, for example, that are applicable to medical devices. The aim of this is to allow them to devise safe, user-friendly products in an effective way.