What was first considered a failure, might cause a revolution in fueling in-body implantable devices
Our eureka moment was when we used pre-charged CMUT to receive ultrasound power to light up an LED diode.
Orcasonics is creating a revolution in wearable ultrasound patches
What is often overlooked, but is of vital importance, is the assembly architecture of the components. You can create an amazing CMUT transducer, but without the right connections and the right acoustic lens, you will never be able to prove the performance.
It’s a small step from rocket science to health technology
Many of our engineers are considered ‘rocket scientists’. Jaap van der Meulen actually is one. There are many similarities between aerospace and health technology, he says.
‘There is more than Moore’; the catchphrase that planted the seed for Philips MEMS Foundry
Looking beyond making microchips faster and smaller. Mature your manufacturing process and get it released for volume production.
“This is the Champions League in mechatronics”
When different people with different expertise put their heads together, the solution often comes from an unexpected place.
MEMS in healthcare in 2023 and beyond; six promising application areas
In some application areas MEMS are expected to fulfill their promise already in the coming years.
“The antenna I designed during my graduation will be used to monitor thousands of patients”
Solving the seemingly impossible - Developing a biosensor from initial design to actual production
How can we turn trash into treasure? The architecture drivers for a circular economy
Architecture drivers for equipment that will enable reusing as much of the equipment as possible.
Six questions that are often overlooked in supply chain strategies
How can the supply chain contribute to achieving our business goals? A question which is often overlooked but is essential when defining a supply chain strategy.
Success Science, the secret ingredient for innovating services
It is becoming essential to provide data-driven evidence of the impact of a service. This is where success science comes in.
Services are not products (so change the way you innovate)
Services require a different innovation approach compared to the traditional product development process. Seven learnings!