Micro-Electrical Mechanical Systems
Central to some of the world’s most advanced medical technology, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) drive Millar’s innovative pressure sensor design, connecting doctors to patient insights faster than ever.
Transcutaneous Energy Transfer
Millar’s patented transcutaneous energy transfer (TET) system is revolutionizing the way we power implantable devices, opening the door for a new generation of patients to receive crucial medical care.
OEM Value Chain
OEM Partnership Process
Millar OEM Solutions partners with companies to design, build and market breakthrough technology that could one day change the world. Leveraging more than 40 years of manufacturing and research expertise, we add value to every step of the production process.
Our team provides end-to-end support and licensing for MEMS- and TET-based devices, helping to reach patients faster, safer and more cost-efficiently.
News and Events
Linda Henley appointed as Chief Financial Officer
HOUSTON, August 8, 2017 -- Today Millar, Inc., a leading medical device manufacturer, today announced the appointment of Linda Henley as Chief Financial Officer. Linda has served as Director of Finance at Millar since March 2016, developing a new financial vision and strategy to help position the Company for long-term growth.
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Orange County Convention Center
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San Diego, CA
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Endotronix MEMS Sensor Technology
HOUSTON, March 17, 2017 -- Today Millar, Inc., a medical device and OEM solutions company, and Endotronix, Inc., a digital health medtechcompany providing solutions for patients who suffer from advanced heart failure, are pleased to announce an agreement that grants Millar exclusive rights to the Endotronix wireless MEMS sensor technology for sales and development in the neurosurgical care market. The technology will be developed for at-home monitoring of intracranial pressure (ICP) for patients suffering from hydrocephalus to improve quality of life and reduce treatment costs.