HMI for medical technology
Special framework conditions and requirements that are not met for normal interfaces.
Special requirements for HMI in medical technology
The technical requirements for medical devices initially resemble the ideal, general requirements for HMI – so they should be simple, intuitive, safe and uniform to use.
On the other hand, the hygiene standards, which medical devices have to meet, are different, as they are often used in sterile environments or have to be quickly and without much effort converted back into a sterile state.
Advantages of our systems
- easy, safe and consistent to use
- clear feel and direct acoustic or optical feedback
- Use of glass as a hygienic and durable material
- intuitive operation and active user guidance
Implementation of modern, custom designs.
Use of high-quality, durable materials such as glass, stainless steel or aluminium.
Today, the acceptance and success of a technical product no longer depends solely on the classic factors such as price, reliability or service life, but increasingly on ease of use and usability.
Since 26 May 2020, the mandatory requirements of the "European Medical Devices Regulation" have been in force; it defines the minimum level of technology to be observed in the design and manufacture of medical technology products.
Requirements for HMI
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Our customers are active in a wide range of areas – whether in hospitals or research facilities, whether in a practice or in the laboratory.