MEMS Feasibility Services Announcement
HOUSTON, August 14, 2018 -- Millar, Inc., OEM solutions partner in MEMS pressure sensor integration for catheter-based devices, improves MEMS integration capabilities through initial design sessions and feasibility studies. Medical device companies or start-ups can leverage Millar’s nearly 50 years of MEMS sensor integration expertise to test innovative ideas and determine manufacturing and application feasibility.
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.
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.
AMFitzgerald and Millar Collaboration
March 13, 2017 - Millar, Inc. is pleased to announce an official collaboration agreement with AMFitzgerald Associates to serve OEM customers seeking a complete sensor solution using micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) technology. This agreement arises from a long history of MEMS technology development between the two companies and furthers each company’s vision to better serve the growing interest in the medical device and clinical communities for increased in vivo physiologic data.
Millar, Inc. Awarded NIH SBIR Grant
Houston, TX (January 24, 2017) - Millar, Inc., a leader in catheter-based sensor development and wireless power technology, and Procyrion, developer of the Aortix™ cardiac assist device, have received a NIH Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase One grant...