blog - July - 2014

What Are Your Wireless Options for Wearable Devices?

Anuva — July 31, 2014

This is Part 3 of our series, “The Future of Medical Technology: Wearable Devices.” Read the introduction to wearable devices and how to draft design specs for your device here. As smart phones become more prevalent, they become the benchmark for user interfaces with other devices — including medical and health tech wearable devices. Everyone now …Read More

The 3-Step Guide to Drafting Product Specs to Improve Design Efficiency

Anuva — July 24, 2014

This is Part 2 of our series, “The Future of Medical Technology: Wearable Devices”. Read Part 1 here. You have a great idea for a wearable device, the resources to start designing, and now you have to communicate this idea to your team. This step requires writing a list of product specifications, which appears to be …Read More

The Future of Medical Technology: Wearable Devices

Anuva — July 17, 2014

In the late 1980’s LifeAlert’s “HELP! I’ve fallen and I can’t get up!” became one of the most publicly well-known infomercial catchphrases. Their simple device, worn by elderly patients, provided a simple way to contact emergency assistance with the click of a single button after they have fallen and cannot reach a telephone. Over the …Read More

Why embedded software development should use the “test driven development” approach

Anuva — July 3, 2014

The test driven approach to software development is a relatively new approach to software development, having been invented in the mid-2000’s.  This approach to development can speed product development time and improve product quality. First, consider how product development normally proceeds via the following steps: Development of specification Development of circuit boards and enclosure Fabrication …Read More