Keeping up with new trends and technology in medical device product development is critical. Currently nanotechnology, information technology, deep learning, cloud connectivity, personalized medicine and smartphone access are quickly integrating.




New Medical Device Design and Product Development

Pro Engineer Portal has been a part of designing and creating some of the most specialized, advanced surgical instrumentation and equipment around the world. We have collaborated with companies to produce and deliver complete solutions for innovative medical products. Working with us frees up our partners so that they can focus on their intellectual properties. They will be able to break into new markets, thus building out their own offerings and strengthening their position in the global market.

Customer Relationships

We believe that the foundation for sustainable growth in today’s global market can be attributed to collaboration and strong professional relationships. We operate in a manner that promotes mutual respect and open dialogue with our customers and suppliers as we continually strive to understand the challenges faced by all. By sustaining these long standing relationships over time, we have been able to create an environment that by its very nature facilitates optimal resolution of complex business and technical problems, as well as consistent execution.

Pro Engineer Portal has developed and nurtured a comprehensive set of core competencies that we apply to all projects whether very simplistic or extremely complex.

The following are components of our medical device product development process:



We design medical devices to satisfy the needs, capabilities and requirements of users. If we adhere to proper medical device standards, satisfying these needs and capabilities should be inherent.


Connected Devices

Soon, in society, all devices will connect. People already use their ever-increasing collection of devices to access applications and information or connect with friends, social communities, governments and businesses. As such connections grow, we foresee current models expanding and a larger network of cooperative interaction between devices occurring. Right now wearables lead the pack, but thanks to significant development in technology, augmented and virtual reality will soon become standard medical equipment.

Medical Technology

Wearable medical technologies are on the rise and soon will become standard because of their ability to provide doctors with a way to monitor patients remotely. Office visits will become more infrequent as patients still receive medical results. Commonplace diagnostic tools include health apps, video consultations and the use of smart phones and wearable devices.



Wearable medical technologies are on the rise

3D Printing

Three dimensional printing’s development has grown exponentially, and the types of materials needed to render something in 3D have grown to include almost anything. Thus, biological 3D printing is shifting from theory to reality as printing of skin and organs have become only two examples of breakthroughs ready to materialize.

Flexible Electronics

Because they interface well with the human body, flexible electronics are revolutionizing medical device design.

Healthcare Costs

Healthcare cost concerns have never been more intense. Frugal innovation therefore is key as modernization arises. A benefit of using Smart Requirements is that we can keep prices minimal.

Multi-functionality

Since devices that perform multiple specialties at once reduce risk, mitigate cost and free up prime floor space, users expect them over single-function devices and the demand will continue to rise in the future.

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Artificial Intelligence (AI), also known as deep structured learning, hierarchical learning, deep machine learning or DL, is incredibly interesting, having transformed vast areas of research. AI extends beyond the Internet into the physical world, as seen in red light cameras using facial recognition, robots assisting in surgery and self-driving cars, all of which are autonomous or semi-autonomous.


Despite the wonderful AI items we see today and will see tomorrow, FDA compliance will guide foundational processes in the medical realm.




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