No one wants to discourage a good idea, and entrepreneurs make it a long way before someone sits them down and explains how long and expensive the engineering of a medical device product is. In this one hour seminar Eric will share the hard and cold realities of the process, not to discourage people, but to give them the facts they need. This hour long seminar includes a review of Medical Device Development fundamentals, a look at the design process that all companies are required to use, a discussion about manufacturing and other down-stream steps, and then concludes with a blunt list of lessons learned and recommended next steps. There will also be time after for questions and an open discussion on the realities of medical device product development.
Eric Miller is a co-owner of Tempe, AZ based PADT, Inc., where he is involved in providing tools and services to companies who design and manufacture physical products. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the UC, Berkeley and started his career focusing on the application Computer Aided Engineering to turbine engine components. As a co-founder of PADT in 1994, Eric was able to also pursue his interests in IT, graphic design, 3D printing, database programming, and small business management. Eric is often called upon to write and speak on simulation, design, and 3D Printing as well as on startups and the high-tech sector. In addition, he is a member of the Arizona Technology Council Board of Directors, the BioAccel Advisory Council, and the screening committee of Arizona Technology Investors. He enjoys traveling, history, cooking, running, and learning about new things.
About PADT: www.padtinc.com/medical
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