Simulation services adapted to your R&D strategy and project needs
Areas of Simulation
FEA enables data-driven concept selection, leading to earlier and more well-founded decisions, and without fiscal product cost.
Insights on the functional product performance equals less time and resources spent on physical prototyping and testing different sets of dimensions.
Understanding the effect of product variation through virtual variation studies improves robustness and predictability.
Getting long-term product performance results today allows catching the problems before they occur after product launch.
Getting an X-ray vision into the product during an impact with the floor allows pinpointing any issues, shortening the development time.
Simulating the product assembly processes is crucial to make informed decisions on CAPEX-related investments.
How does Simulation add value?
- Optimize your mechanical design through simulations, whilst reducing the number of physical prototypes needed.
- More innovative mechanical solutions as opposed to designing solely using “gut feeling”.
- More predictability on the functional performance and sensitivity towards variation.
- Fast results and shorter design iteration cycle times.
- Earlier assessment of the solution space and the associated design constraints.
- Get an X-ray vision into the device and gain insights unique to simulations.
- Optimize test strategy using simulation data, increasing the confidence in the results.
Want to know more?
Get in touch with Alexandre “Sandro” Gegelashvili, Head of Simulation & Modeling.
How can Simulation & Modeling be applied to development of devices?
Below is an example of how the areas of Simulation can be integrated in the development process of MedTech devices. Move the slider to see points of intervention (only on desktop version).
Why Simulation & Modeling?
Gain early insights and understand the inner workings and performance of your MedTech device at any stage of the development project.
Technolution provides full simulation management solutions, meshing with your organization’s development functions.
We offer simulation of simple mechanisms to building high-fidelity digital twins by leveraging our expertise on MedTech devices, materials, mechanics, and Test & Verification when performing Finite Element Method (FEM) simulations.
Can I lower costs and improve innovation?
Save time and cost by leveraging FEM simulations throughout your development project – from early concept selection to detailed product performance testing.
Simulations not only help catching the problems before they occur, otherwise resulting in failed tests, but also enables wider exploration of potential solutions – both when designing the product, as well as for mitigation of found issues.
In short, save resources on expensive prototyping whilst finding the most innovative and reliable solutions.
How Simulation & Modeling supplement other areas
We have a deep understanding of Medical Device development disciplines such as Robust Design, DFM, DFA, Usability, Quality Engineering, Design Control and materials engineering – all of which must be taken into when interpreting simulation results and making the right recommendations.
With over 18 years of experience in the field, we can tackle challenges unique to the Medical Device industry and combine our Simulation & Modeling capabilities with these insights.
We have performed hundreds of different simulations in varying degrees of complexity for our clients, ranging from assembly simulations, digital twining, and variation studies.
We bridge the various development areas – Human factors engineering, Quality, Risk analysis, Testing, etc. – to Simulation & Modeling.
The outcome are safer and more reliable MedTech products.
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Benny MathiassenHead of Mechanical Design / Coloplast
Technolution has introduced us to new methods of development that will increase the efficiency of our mechanical development team.
- Finite Element Method/Finite Element Analysis (FEM/FEA)
Virtual DoE (virtual variation studies, sensitivity analysis)
Management of Simulation workflow
Material characterization & material modeling
Polymer creep analysis
Advanced polymer material modeling
Drop test simulations
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
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