The latest thought leadership from our expert teams

Opinion

Digital transformation: securing your place in the new critical care ecosystem

15th Apr 2021

The pandemic has compressed a decade of incremental change into a matter of months. Medical device companies sit on the cusp of radical change. Gavin Troughton, Head of Acute and Critical Care, surveys the fast changing landscape and poses the questions that can inform your digital transformation play…

  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital health
  • Industrial design
  • User Experience (UX)
Opinion

CellPreserve: our innovation could help prolong the lives of cancer patients

7th Apr 2021

Diagnosing cancer early to treat it more effectively is vital. Here, Josh Gibson, senior physicist at Cambridge Consultants, unveils a potentially life-saving breakthrough in the field of liquid biopsy that’s been hailed by a leading innovation award jury…

  • Bioinnovation
  • Digital health
Webinar

How Will European Drone Regulation Impact UTM, U Space and Enterprise Fleet Management?

1st Apr 2021

We joined industry experts to discuss the evolution of European drone regulations, and what this means for operators across the continent looking to develop commercial drone programmes.

  • AI & Analytics
  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital security
Opinion

Intraocular lens delivery to the eye: the next frontier for innovation

23rd Mar 2021

Intraocular lens (IOL) delivery devices are the next frontier for innovation and differentiation. As the optical quality of the IOL is reaching its apex, there's little room for competitive differentiation in the lens itself. Tim Phillips explores the improvements to IOL delivery devices that could reduce complications, streamline delivery workflow and improve postoperative patient satisfaction.

  • Digital health
  • Human factors
  • Physical sciences
Opinion

Is your AI & data processing approach fit for purpose in a telehealth world?

19th Mar 2021

With the increasing need for remote diagnosis and monitoring, telehealth solutions are on the rise. But how do you choose the correct data strategy to deal with the wealth of data – is there a trade off?

  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital health
  • Human factors
  • Industrial design
  • User Experience (UX)
Opinion

Tri-Con 2021 reflects the rapid pace of development in diagnostics

8th Mar 2021

The past year has seen an unprecedented acceleration of innovation in the diagnostics space. Reflecting on the virtual themes and debates at Molecular Med Tri-Con 2021, Head of Life Sciences Symon Cotton says that the speed of tests and vaccines coming to market is not having an adverse effect on quality. Medical developments can be safely delivered to quicker timescales...

  • Bioinnovation
  • Digital health
  • Human factors
Opinion

Quantum computing – we must confront the threat to digital security

5th Mar 2021

Quantum computing is a hotbed of innovation. The extraordinary potential of this weird yet wonderful intersection of physics, maths and computer science is attracting heavy investment from companies around the world.

  • AI & Analytics
  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital security
Webinar

The path to ultra-low power AI at the edge

5th Mar 2021

During this presentation, we share the benefits and challenges of deploying AI applications on end-point devices. 

  • AI & Analytics
  • Electronics & ASICs
Webinar

Tips to getting advanced drone operations off the ground

2nd Mar 2021

In this panel session, we joined industry experts to discuss what is required for successful beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) operations, end-user’s responsibility, and examine the liability applicable between air authorities and drone operators.

  • AI & Analytics
  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital security
Opinion

Drug delivery to the eye: overcoming the challenges of intravitreal prefilled syringes

25th Feb 2021

Intravitreal Injection Syringe: It is merely a pre-filled syringe, but is it?

  • Digital health
  • Human factors
  • Physical sciences
Opinion

AI has only reached adolescence – everything will change when machines learn to learn

19th Feb 2021

Many believe that even Einstein started out with tabula rasa, a clean slate. An absence of innate, preconceived ideas or predetermined goals. Just like machines in fact...

  • AI & Analytics
Opinion

We must understand the trade-offs to ensure good quality data in telemedicine monitoring

16th Feb 2021

As we enter 2021, the drive to adopt remote monitoring telemedicine techniques continues to gather pace. With the effects of the pandemic still reverberating around the world, healthcare providers are increasingly turning to a remote model to reduce infection risks.

  • Digital health
  • Digital service innovation
  • User Experience (UX)