Case Study: Novioscan Helping Children
Embedded electronics applied to healthcare technologies are rapidly growing. Novioscan is a medical technology company that developed an innovative product called the Sens-U, a wearable ultrasound device designed to help school-age children dealing with incontinence by measuring their bladder size and using discrete tactile feedback to notify them when they should use the restroom.
When Sens-U became an enormous success, Novioscan began developing a similar product for adults. Designing this new product created a number of technical challenges combining a high number of complex electronics in a small, battery-powered, wearable ultrasound device.
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