A new group of consultancies has joined forces to provide a full-service chain from identifying customer needs, through design and engineering, to usability testing and regulatory affairs.
With Use-Lab doing analysis, specification and usability testing, and BEO Berlin's knowledge on quality and risk management, as well as product tests and certifications; both the early and later stages of the development process are covered.
With Held+Team doing industrial and corporate product design, as well as graphical user interfaces, and eye-d Innovation doing innovative product development, mechanical, electrical and software design engineering and prototyping; we are highly competent to design and create your next generation medical device.
eye-d Innovation is a Danish innovation consultancy doing medical front end innovation and product development. We live to bring positive change to people and to change our clients’ businesses for the better.
We are engineers at heart and make change real through new human experiences, enabled by technology. We generate and execute ideas, driving down costs and time-to-market.
We call it engineering change.
Ansprechpartner: Claude Teisen-Simony
Held + Team
Held+Team is an industrial design office specialized in medical equipment since 1997 and located in Hamburg. Nearly all products you find in an OR or an ICU were supported and designed so far. But also many products for home care, laboratory or rehabilitation. Supporting many companies in developing their product design, their ergonomics, their graphical user interface and their brand strategy on product level by implementing Corporate Product Design (CPD) definitions. Clients are located all over Europe, US, China and Japan.
Ansprechpartner: Fred Held
Use-Lab is an interdisciplinary, independent and objective consultancy team for usability engineering in medical product development. Use-Lab is dedicated to only one mission:
Supporting medical device developers by tailoring products to the needs of the users – worldwide.
Ansprechpartner: Torsten Gruchmann