Accelerate Med Device Development Using Abaqus & CST

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The medical device industry is forecasted to grow by up to 12% annually over the next five-year period and reach a market size of $432.6 billion.

Challenges facing the industry:

  • Most medical devices are replaced by a new version within 18 to 24 months. A successful product is not typically as profitable as a blockbuster-level prescription drug. (Advanced Medical Technology Association)
  • The in-full, on-time delivery performance for medical device manufacturers stands at just 93%. (AT Kearney)
  • Up to $5 billion in expenses each year managed by the medical device industry involve adverse quality costs. (IQS)

Tune in August 26th at Noon CST for a panel discussion on how to:

  • Optimize product behavior and improve the quality, performance, durability, and efficacy of the medical device.
  • Reduce Errors and eventually avoid recalls with Multi-Disciplinary Design.
  • Verify that a device can correctly handle certain types of components with a performance level that is in line with patient expectations.
  • Realize the benefits of Smart & Synchronized for Medical Devices.
  • Create a consistent and unique model that is the foundation for mechanical, electrical, and fluidic design.

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