Testing IVD Medical Instrument Feasibility During Development

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Topics: KMC360, KMC Systems, medical device design, IVD instrument development program, ivd product development, ivd instrument development, Medical Product Design, Medical instrument Design, Simulation in product development, simulation based design, Medical device simulation modeling

KMC Pioneers Medical Device Simulation Modeling To Reduce Risk

This is Part II of a two-part series. See Part I here

By helping medical device developers and OEMs visualize an instrument’s performance  before design even begins, KMC Systems, Inc.’s unique instrument model simulation process helps CEOs create realistic, end-result business plans that save time and money upfront.

 The simulation process employed by KMC brings together “the best of three worlds”-- marketing, engineering and operations --as a sole source for evaluating and defining product features and functions. Assessing options in a model at the concept stage is faster and less expensive than implementing changes during hardware and software integration.

 

 Why KMC as the “model experts” ?

Based on the vision of Spencer M. Lovette, KMC program manager, who foresaw a way for bringing the simulation modeling expertise used in other industries to diagnostics, KMC’s approach cannot be easily duplicated.    

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Topics: KMC Systems, medical device design, IVD instrument development program, proven process, Medical Instrument Rapid Product Development, medical device, Simulation in product development, simulation based design, Medical device simulation modeling

News: KMC's Walter Gilde is Presenting at Evolution of Advanced IVDs

KMC Systems will be exhibiting and presenting at Evolution of Advanced IVDs in San Diego, California from September 19th-20th. Join Walter Gilde, Business Development Manager, KMC Systems, during lunch on Tuesday September 19 for his presentation on Simulation Reduces Risk Earlier in IVD Instrument Development Programs. 

IVD instrument development programs carry degrees of risks depending on marketing requirements, business value proposition and/or technology maturity. Utilizing an early reliable risk assessment tool is vital to the success of an IVD instrument development program.


Conventional planning processes and tools do not provide sufficient depth of analysis to elucidate all marketing requirements or sufficient insight to discover underlying design shortcomings in proposed concepts. Ideally, one would identify an optimal concept by making early informed feature/function trade-offs.

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Topics: News, IVD instrument development program, Simulation in product development

News: KMC Systems is Presenting at Next Generation Dx

 

 

KMC Systems will be exhibiting and presenting at Next Generation Dx in Washington DC from August 21-22. Stop by booth #19 to hear our latest innovations in contract design, manufacture, and field support services for medical devices and instrumentation. 

IVD instrument development programs carry degrees of risks depending on marketing requirements, business value proposition and/or technology maturity. Early simulation has proven effective in exposing concealed requirements, design conflicts, and technical risks. Simulation provides a platform to resolve these issues, revise the concepts, make informed tradeoffs before substantial development expenditures and capital commitments are made.

Join Walter Gilde, Business Development Manager, KMC Systems, on Wednesday August, 22 at 3:05pm for his presentation on Simulation Reduces Risk Earlier in IVD Instrument Development Programs.

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Topics: News, IVD instrument development program, Simulation in product development