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In this virtual Master Class, you will learn how to integrate connected hardware and software into new and existing healthcare solutions

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VIRTUAL IoMT MASTER CLASS: How to Design a Connected Medical Device

In this virtual Master Class, you will learn how to integrate internet-connected computer hardware and software into new and existing healthcare solution concepts. Let’s take a deep dive into the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) where a new multidisciplinary community is growing around the convergence of software and hardware.

ZOOM | February 2 | 9:00am - 10:30am EST

  • Have you discovered a product opportunity or developed a prototype and are keen to take to the market?
  • How can you reach the market quickly and effectively with a certified and compliant product?
  • How do you separate hardware and software in product development and protect your device’s intellectual property?

Who Should Attend :

  • Product Designers and Product Managers, Strategic decision makers
  • Engineers, Researchers, Roboticists, Makers, Developers, Founder, Innovators.
  • Individuals with background in medical/pharmaceutical industries.
  • IoT Vendors & Customers

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Connected medical devices, as part of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), enable healthcare providers to optimize many aspects of existing care and treatment. In this virtual Master Class, Bipin RR, CEO of iOrbit Digital Technologies will explain the basics of IoT product development, data regulatory requirements, and the user experience design methodology necessary to architect a powerful and life-saving medical product.\

In this virtual Master Class, you will learn how to integrate computer hardware and software into new and existing healthcare solution concepts. Take a deep dive into the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) where a new multidisciplinary community is growing around the convergence of software and hardware.

TOPICS:

• IoT enablement of medical products and services

• IoT Device security

• HIPAA Compliance, Data Privacy, Cybersecurity

• Industrial design fundamentals for healthcare

• UX/UI and Mobile App common issues in the medical field

• Problems to watch out for when creating regulatory certified hardware and software products

• Considering FDA certification as part of the design process flow

• Exploring use cases and platform approach to the product design


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https://in.linkedin.com/in/bipin-rr-41519228

Bipin has over 25 years of experience in technology strategy and digital solutions. Prior to founding iOrbit, Bipin was the Vice President and business unit head for the IoT and Digital Business at Tata Elxsi. Earlier to this Bipin was also the business and technology leader in Wipro and Cyient’s Hitech semiconductor business units.

Bipin has been an executive representative in key forums like the Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA), Global Semiconductor Association (GSA), and a regular invited executive speaker on VLSI and System topics at global forums like Design Automation and Test in Europe (DATE).

Bipin holds a B.Tech in Electronics and Communication, an MS Degree in Microelectronics from BITS, and an executive MBA from IIM.


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iOrbit is a digital health care technology company founded in 2016. their focus is to enable the convergence of clinical aspects, behavioral sciences, and technology.

At the heart of what we do is the iThings Connected Medical Devices Platform (iThings CMD). The platform facilitates digital patient engagement by collecting remote patient data on a real-time basis through IoT devices like sensors, wearables, and medical devices. iThings CMD makes remote patient data available to the clinicians, caregivers, and hospitals enabling them to take immediate remedial action.

iOrbit has sales, marketing, and technology development teams spread across Europe, the US, and Asia. The product development activities are organized as 'studios' to reflect the originality and creativity required by our healthcare and medical device customers. We have five studios focused on Product Conceptualization, User Experience Design, Hardware Design, Software Design, and Cloud Design.

iOrbit also has strategic partnerships with world-renowned universities and research groups.


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Hangar6 is a program of First Flight Venture Center, a Research Triangle Park based non-profit incubator for science-focused, early-stage companies. First Flight received funding from the Economic Development Authority (EDA), $2.6 million in 2020, to expand the advanced prototyping equipment and assistance to entrepreneurs, corporations and inventors in their prototyping and product development pursuits.

Hangar6 enables the designing and building of prototypes using tools such as 3D printers, C02 laser cutter, metal fiber laser, automated CNC mill, metal bending equipment, a woodshop and welding shop. Startups, entrepreneurs, corporations, design/engineering firms and other prototypers join Hangar6 through a monthly/annual/team membership model. In-person tours are available to book through the Hangar6 website.

As part of this grant, Hangar6 received support from premier service providers and experts to offer outstanding education, and training opportunities. Hangar6 is honored and pleased to partner with iOrbit Digital Technologies.

YOUR CHANCE TO WIN!!!

2 Scholarships for 1 Month Hangar6 Memberships

Sign up on the application at the Hangar6 website for the chance to win a 1 month membership! The best way to appreciate the time and cost savings of using our state-of-the art advanced prototyping equipment at Hangar6 is HANDS ON USE. In addition, meet experienced Shop Manager, Sam Dirani, who offers design, materials selection, prototyping guidance and inspiration entrepreneurs in pursuit of their dream.

To learn more about the amazing collection of advanced prototyping equipment and member support at Hangar6, visit our website.

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First Flight Venture Center (First Flight) is a science and technology incubator located in the heart of Research Triangle Park. Established in 1991 to serve the initial needs of High Impact High Science entrepreneurs and early stage companies. First Flight strives to support companies to "graduate" from the facility as financially viable and freestanding businesses. These incubator graduates then migrate into the mainstream of the business community, not only creating jobs and commercializing important new technologies for the world but also contributing to a stronger North Carolina economy. First Flight creates programs that serve the highest needs of early stage companies such as subsidized professional grant-writing services and advanced precision prototyping.  A key advantage for startups is First Flight's  turnkey approach—the ability to enable startup businesses to reduce both their initial capitalization requirements and their annual operation costs by providing affordable space with flexible leases, shared business services, programs that address key needs, management guidance and connections to the innovation ecosystem. First Flight offers 25,000 square feet of leasable office and laboratory space for up to 40 emerging science/technology companies.  www.ffvcnc.org

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