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Usability engineers discussing findings - MedTech Development

Why is Usability Engineering important?

Save time and money by focusing on Usability Engineering For some, it might seem obvious that for a product to be successful, the User Interface needs to be easy, safe and effective for the users to use, which requires a dedicated focus on designing and evaluating the interface. For others, it might seem excessive to […]

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Design changes – When is a (new) summative evaluation needed?

How design changes impact usability A lot of medical device manufacturers often wish to update their devices through the product life cycle. This can be software updates or minor aesthetical or functional modifications to the design. However, regardless of the update to be implemented, all changes must undergo an impact assessment in terms of their […]

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Human Factors study notetaking

Planning your Usability Engineering activities

Why plan your Usability Engineering activities? What is User Interface Evaluation planning and why should you make an evaluation plan in the beginning of your project? Most larger projects begin with a detailed plan, which is then updated as the project progresses. This is an important tool to ensure progress and movement in the right […]

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ISO 13485:2016 certification received

  Certified in activities regarding: Design, development of Medical Devices and lvD Medical Devices. Risk Management and Usability Engineering activities.   We celebrate our certification to ISO 13485: 2016, the international standard for medical devices. It is a long-awaited update from the well-established ISO 13485: 2003. We have been working on implementing ISO 13485: 2016 […]

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How to test and verify your medical device concept

“Please explain Test and Verification in simple terms” – we get this question quite often. A great part of our work at Technolution revolves around building robust test methods. That are focused on generating knowledge and insights early in the development process of medical devices. The foundation for working with medical device test methods is […]

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A warm welcome to Lars

Lars Eilertsen has a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Technical University of Denmark (2003). After working in the office furniture industry, he joined Technolution for six years where he worked on assignments for Radiometer, Coloplast and Novo Nordisk.   Now Lars has returned to Technolution after seven years at Novo Nordisk, where he […]

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Should you invest in Augmented Reality today?

Deciding on whether or not you should invest in Augmented Reality today, is not easy. If you get on board too soon, you risk investing in something the world is not yet ready for. Getting on board too late and you’ll risk losing your market or growth potential. We know, it’s not easy! But, perhaps […]

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A warm welcome to Tobias

Tobias has a degree in marketing from Niels Brock business college of Copenhagen. Tobias has 2 years experience in marketing from the builder’s merchant industry, working for Saint-Gobain Distribution Denmark’s sub-brand Optimera.   During his 2 years in the marketing department at Optimera, he was responsible for their SoMe marketing, video productions, catalogs, and digital […]

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How to run a brainstorm tailored for engineers (and others too)

It is the common understanding that engineers are not the most talkative and extrovert of people, myself included. Many of you probably know this joke, but I will tell it anyway because it is right to the point.   “How do you tell the extroverted engineer from the introverted engineer?” “The extroverted engineer is looking […]

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Marianne von Freiesleben

A warm welcome to Marianne

Marianne graduated from DTU in February 2018 with M.Sc. degree in Design and Innovation engineering. Marianne did her thesis in collaboration with Velux focusing on lifetime robustness of windows.   Marianne has previously worked at Technolution as student assistant and later as R&D engineer. Here she gained experience in test method development and documentation as […]

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Get more and better ideas, faster

Facilitation is key to bringing fresh perspectives into common design and engineering tasks. It has been shown to improve creativity, decision making, team cohesion and overall performance. Workshops that are not facilitated properly often result in unmotivated participants and an output with too narrow a solution space and too little innovative ideas.   To help […]

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A warm welcome to Kasper

Kasper has just finished his master’s degree in Engineering Design and Applied Mechanics at DTU. He wrote his thesis in collaboration with Velux in the field of Robust Design. The aim was to develop and validate a numerical calculation model to determine wear in sliding bearings with regards to Reliability Engineering.   In 2015 Kasper […]

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So you want to launch a product people will love

So you want to launch a product people will love?

You have an idea for a new product. It is actually great and you think to yourself: ‘If I find this useful surely others will, too. People even say they can’t wait to get their hands on it. Let’s do this!’. That is great, and I’m rooting for you, just be prepared to hit some […]

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Thomas Bach Agerslev

Thomas Bach Agerslev joins Board of Directors

We are very pleased to announce that Thomas Bach Agerslev has been appointed as member of the board at Technolution. He has more than 20 years of experience within business process optimization, organisational development and strategic implementation. These are competencies which he has developed across several industries and businesses. They are of great value to […]

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ISO13485:2016 - The Story of Narcissus

ISO13485:2016 – The Story of Narcissus

The medical Device Companies – and especially a lot of their Quality/Regulatory Affairs departments – hoped, right until the end, that the updated 13485:2016 standard would be merged with the new 9001:2015 approach and structure. A common approach supporting the entire company and all its processes – internally as well as externally.   ISO9001:2015 – […]

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iAgent

App Approved as Implant – First Time Ever

The company Technolution are the first in history to have received the highest class of approval for medical products, the class 3, for an app. The product has been developed in collaboration with a major software company, which is yet to be revealed. It is a mobile phone implant with a pre-installed app, which is […]

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Anders Elmer Jensen

A warm welcome to Anders

Anders Elmer Jensen earned his B.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from The Technical University of Denmark (DTU/DIA-M) in 1990, with focus on Mechatronics. With 27 years of experience from development and production companies, Anders joins Technolution as Senior Development Engineer.   He has solid skills and insight into all facet of industrial product and machine […]

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