MEMS Pressure Sensor Feasibility Studies
Millar’s MEMS pressure sensor feasibility studies involve initial testing and analysis work to provide OEM partners with a solution to integrate one or more pressure sensors into a medical device.
MEMS Integration Planning
Millar works with medical device companies at various stages in the design process and will provide a thorough report that outlines the options for successful integration. For more complex or custom configurations, design sessions jump-start the collaboration between the two companies and set the direction for what needs to be tested during the feasibility stage.
How to solve pressure sensor integration challenges
Extensive knowledge is required to work with MEMS sensors and produce sensor stability at high yields. The learning curve associated with this integration can add years to a project and cost millions of dollars.
Millar’s expertise can help ensure the success of the project and determine whether it’s feasible to add a sensor and how. Benefits of working with Millar to conduct an initial feasibility study include leveraging extensive pressure sensor integration knowledge for recommendations on the type of sensor required, such as absolute or vented, and the size. Millar can help determine the integration possibilities, provide recommendations based on device size constraints or suggest redesign ideas to help make integration possible.
Why Investigate Feasibility?
A thorough MEMS feasibility study can:
- Identify potential issues early in the development phase
- Eliminate unnecessary costs and delays
- Gain insight into project scope and future manufacturing requirements
Connect with Our Team
Our OEM solutions team understands the challenges associated with MEMS sensor integration and can provide guidance on how to move projects forward. Combining Millar’s expertise with your team can greatly reduce the cost and time to market. Connect with Millar to request a feasibility study quote.