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Use system simulation to overcome the complex challenges of medical devices systems and components

Designing next generation mechatronic medical devices with system simulation

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Engineer sitting at a desk working on a computer monitor to design an ambulatory infusion pump using system simulation software.

As system simulation for medical devices is gaining momentum, this webinar will provide you with meaningful insights into its role in designing smarter, higher performing, and efficient medical devices while containing time and costs.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Basic principles of system simulation applied to the medical sector
  • The potential of co-simulation to predict the performance of a complete medical device
  • The value of system simulation illustrated on various use cases

Master the growing range of products and product complexity with system simulation for medical devices

Today, simulation is increasingly used to generate digital evidence of medical device performance. This does not only happen in the design phase, but also in the regulatory submission procedure to agencies such as the FDA. With the use of simulation software, we are observing more digital evidence with fewer test benches, clinical trials or animal tests.

System simulation for medical devices is a common engineering tool widely used by many advanced industries to drive innovation and is being adopted by medical device companies to manage risk. This is being done by assessing the effect of variability in the device design, operation, usage and patient characteristics.

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What you will learn from this webinar

As system simulation is gaining momentum in the medical device industry, this webinar will provide you with meaningful insights into its role in designing smarter, higher performing, and efficient medical devices while containing time and costs.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Basic principles of system simulation applied to the medical sector
  • The potential of co-simulation to predict the performance of a complete medical device
  • The value of system simulation illustrated on various use cases, including orthosis, smart beds, ventilators, pumps and more

Simcenter system simulation reduces the risk of compliance and recall by frontloading product development

More regulatory bodies are approving and encouraging the use of system simulation for medical devices. This is because simulation can cut time and cost from the approval process. Simulation accelerates innovation and increases technological adoption. It has the ability to counter increased clinical trial costs and lower the risk of recalls. Simcenter system simulation solution couples optimization and computational fluid dynamics to support the modeling of any type of medical device. Learn more about how Simcenter has been used to create innovative devices.

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Francesca Furno

Business Developer for System Simulation

Francesca Furno has received her MSc Degree in Mechanical Engineering as well as her Ph.D Degree in Fluid Power from the Politecnico di Torino in Italy.
She furtherly moved to France to join Siemens in 2007 and today she is promoting Simcenter Systems solutions as engineering tool to drive innovative technologies. Francesca is supporting the Industrial Machinery market Worldwide in adopting digitalization.

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