Article | July 20, 2016

Redefining Reliability In Medical Electronic Devices

Source: Micro Systems Technologies

Reliability is mandatory for the medical electronic devices used in monitoring and therapeutic applications due to lack of redundancy, miniaturization and functional integration. Conventional approaches to reliability can have limitations due to a lack of historic data that is typical of new technologies, low signal-to-noise ratio related to low production volumes and long product lifetimes.

MSEI has deployed a comprehensive, systematic, end-to-end advanced reliability methodology (e2ARM) that focuses on the application of reliability technologies throughout a device’s lifecycle—from development and manufacture to monitoring. Leveraging over 35 years of expertise in the medical electronics industry, our scalable solutions for design margins analysis and a highly automated physical and digital connected factory have a proven track record of success in over 3 million electronic assemblies.