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Santhosh Kumar Murugadass, Principal Technology Specialist, Ansys
Hemant Punekar, Senior Manager Application Engineering, Ansys
Computational modeling and simulations (CM&S) are recognized by both industry and regulatory agencies as an alternative to physical testing, but they have historically been used in silos with minimal collaboration between various design disciplines and engineering departments. To address the needs of today’s product development teams, Ansys has developed a multi-domain system simulation and digital prototyping platform that enables multi-specialty teams with diverse engineering backgrounds to work in unison to achieve a deep understanding of integrated product behavior.
As an example of a typical medical device development, we will show a systems simulation solution for a wearable drug delivery device that illustrates the complexities of developing these multi-disciplinary systems. The model includes evaluation of various physical components, control algorithms, display interfaces and power electronics. In addition to the presentation, a demo will show how various components can be combined to model the drug delivery subsystem using a hardware-in-the-loop approach. We will also discuss Ansys solutions that help you meet regulatory requirements.
We will also have a Fireside Chat where you can listen from the industry experts on how CM&S can be employed in design & development of Medical Devices. In this roundtable a panel of experts will take participants through the ways to address key challenges the medical device industry faces and draw a roadmap to possible medtech innovations.
Who should attend :
+ All medical device companies
+ Engineering managers
+ Research engineers/scientists
+ Designer engineers
+ Product managers
+ Santhosh Kumar Murugadass, Principal Technology Specialist, Ansys
+ Hemant Punekar, Senior Manager Application Engineering, Ansys
+ All medical device companies + Engineering managers + Research engineers/scientists + Designer engineers + Product managers