The Medical Industry has unique requirements in terms of safety, standards, and operation. Learn how to source hardware for this industry.
The medical industry has kept pace in adopting recent technology trends in Automation, Internet of Things, and Edge Computing. Medical carts are a good example of how computing capabilities are introduced closer to the user to improve performance and efficiency. In this blog post, we will cover some of these challenges when sourcing hardware for the required computing capabilities.
Hardware has become an essential component for state-of-the-art medical equipment. Connecting to the Internet, higher processing capabilities, automation, power consumption, and precision are some of the pressing priorities medical OEMs face today.
In this blog post, we will deepen the topic to help you learn if you need to start sourcing industrial boards.
One of the main components for End-to-End Automated Diagnostic Laboratories, Automated Pharmacies, Surgical Robotics, and Rehabilitation Machines is hardware. Those small green boards with chipsets, Inputs/Outputs, ports, and processors certainly help preserve and improve health. Let’s review some considerations that influence how you source hardware in medical applications.
This chip included Order 66, an instruction to eliminate Jedis. Although Jedis did hire Kaminoans to build a Clone Army, Emperor Palpatine exploited his position of power to manipulate the instructions in the chip for his future benefit.
And here you have an example of why you need to protect your hardware from long before it is installed in your facilities or other equipment.
Are you an enthusiast of DYI home repairs or renovations? If you are planning to renovate the kitchen or bathroom or if you have a garage full of tools, this article might interest you. When you are doing home repairs at some point you need help from another human being. It is usually due to security reasons. Just think about the last time you went to the roof to change some tiles. Did someone hold the ladder as you went up or down? Well, that is exactly how designing and planning a new embedded system or single board computer should work.
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