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Mechanical design project

The mechanical design project is a predominantly mechanical design project.
These mechanical design projects can be found both in mechanical engineering schools, for example, or in professional licenses, but also in industry.
To carry out this type of project, a project manager in mechanical design is used.
The project manager in mechanical design is responsible for the entire mechanical cycle. He is responsible for the design and definition of propulsion system components.
If you have a project in mechanical design to realize, you can use internships or engineering schools or engineering design offices specializing in mechanical design that will carry out your project according to your specifications.
Mechanical design projectIf your specifications are not defined or you have difficulties to build these specifications, know that these structures can accompany you to its definition.

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Be careful never to start a mechanical design project without a well-crafted and detailed specification, it is the quality of your deliverable that is in play.
Depending on the size of the project, a mechanical design team can be mobilized to carry out your project.
A mechanical design project is considered as successful from the moment it meets the criteria of the specifications by proposing optimal technical solutions in terms of quality, costs, deadlines and performances.

A mechanical design project integrates different stages such as: design, calculations, prototypes, tests and can go as far as the good coordination of the subcontractors for its realization.
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Are you looking for a design office or a subcontractor to carry out your mechanical design project?
Contact us by leaving us your coordinates and the first elements of your project, we will contact you for the realization of your mechanical design project .

Digital Signal Processing Applications

Any engineering professional will understand the term Digital Signal Processing. Yes, it is quite critical to process information in a form that is understandable to everyone. Digital Signal Processing involves making the information understandable for the user. Several changes have taken place in this field. The evolution of computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones etc. are the embodiment of these developments. Most of these are mere digital signal processing applications. A task which took so much human effort is now reduced to a mere click or a few clicks.

Hearing Aid
Medical industry majorly benefitted out of digital signal processing and hence several digital signal processing applications exists. The best example is hearing aid. One can overcome hearing disability using this machine. Every hearing aid will have a microphone that picks up sound and converts it into an electrical signal and then digitizes the same. In the final stage, processed digital signal is converted to analog form and delivered as sound to the Ear.

EEG Tests
Seizure is among the deadly diseases. This is not an external ailment that one can see. A well versed medical professional can diagnose deeply and tell the person is suffering from Seizure. But EEG Test has simplified this process and even an amateur medical professional can tell that a person is suffering seizure. We see new born babies suffering from seizure including middle aged and older individuals. This test is benefitting all of them well in recovering soon.

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Solvent Electronic Product Development

Medical electronic implants that dissolve automatically instead of having to be removed surgically and mobile phones that can be used on the compost heap: it is possible. If you make them from very thin layer of silicon, magnesium and silk.

Electronic devices are traditionally built to last as long as possible. But sometimes it is useful to have electronics that do not last very long. For example for temporary medical implants. Or with devices that are replaced every few years, such as mobile phones. Would not it be convenient if electronic implants do not have to be removed surgically – which always involves risks? Or if disused mobile phones can literally go to the compost heap?


That is possible now. And in Science is described how. Engineers from China and the United States have succeeded in making all kinds of tiny parts of electronic circuits, from the wires to transistors and all kinds of sensors, of soluble material. Electronics that are made with this can also be supplied with power wirelessly via induction. The trick lies in the fact that scientists only work with soluble materials. Namely silicon, magnesium & silk.

Silicon: Normal electronics are already being used with that? And that does not just dissolve anyway right? But if you work with very thin layers of silicon, it is soluble. Magnesium dissolves easily, both in water and in the human body. Moreover, it is a metal that your body can handle well. You even need a certain amount of magnesium. Finally, silk is also a substance that can dissolve in water and other liquids, and which is also not harmful to the human body.

The engineers have not only made prototypes of soluble electronic circuits. They have also worked on electronic product development to change the composition of the parts to make them dissolve faster or less quickly. The side is around the metal parts to insulate them. By changing the structure and thickness of these silk protective layers, it is possible to plan when moisture can reach the metal parts. And so how quickly the electronic circuit dissolves. That can vary from minutes to years.

Engineers also made a small, water-soluble digital camera. And they created a simple electronic circuit that can be used for medical purposes, and tested them on rats. The animals received the ultra-thin, soluble circuit implanted under their skin. There, when it was supplied with power from outside, it gave off heat through induction. That heat killed bacteria, and prevented the wound from becoming infected. It took two weeks for the circuit to be dissolved so far in the rat’s body that it no longer worked. Using this same technique, you could also make sensors that monitor whether postoperative wounds of people are likely to get infected. After which the sensors can treat these infections themselves by locally releasing heat.

Legislation & Regulations Medical Devices Development

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A large number of laws, rules, (field) standards and guidelines have been written for the development and application of medical devices. To give more clarity about this dry but important information, Medassort has developed this page. Because what do all these terms mean and what is mandatory and what is not? Are guidelines something you really need to adhere to or can you also deviate from them? And what is now a CE and what does it mean? We hope to give you an answer to all these questions and more.


General: Medical Device Development

CE marking: The letters CE stand for Conformité Européenne. CE is nothing more than a marking: the article marked CE has been developed according to the accompanying European directive. There are a total of 25 European directives leading to CE, including the Medical Devices Directive. For all information on CE marking for medical devices.

This website explains the regulations concerning medical devices. For manufacturers there is a specialpageon the website of CE Toolexplaining what needs to be done before the CE marking can be used. a.CE marking on medical devices; 1998

(European) guidelines: A European directive sets objectives that the EU countries must achieve, but leaves them the choice of resources. Guidelines can be addressed to one, several or all EU countries. The principles of the directive only affect citizens after the national legislator has adapted its legislation. Each directive specifies a deadline for transposition into national law. This period gives Member States the necessary time to take into account national circumstances. Directives are used to harmonize national legislation, in particular for the realization of the internal market (eg for setting standards for product safety).

Field standards: A field standard contains rules that have been accepted by professionals after a careful procedure on the basis of jointly established values. They are therefore based more on consensus than on evidence and often have a more stringent performance character than a guideline.

Medical Technology: If you would like support in setting up a quality system and safety system for the development, manufacturing or use and management of medical technology or support in product development and certification of medical equipment

Data Science, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Inteligencia Artificial

It is quite common to read or listen to these terms, both in Spanish and in English. The objective of this post is to learn to differentiate them, knowing that there are experts who tend to extend the scope of the definitions, and therefore there are points in common and overlap between them.

Can we be a data scientist and that we ourselves are not aware of it?

Currently, there are several fields within the data science that overlap, such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, deep learning, IoT (Internet of Things),… since the science of data is a rather vast concept and It covers several disciplines, and also borrows techniques and tools from other related sciences.

The great experts in the field say that there are two types of data scientists:
1. Analyst. It usually encodes solutions, even if it is not an expert on it, and yes in modeling, statistical inference… Companies are often called, statisticians, decision-support engineers, quantitative analysts, and even data scientists.
2. Builder. They have some statistical training, but they really are experts developing. He’s mainly interested in exploiting data in production.

The science of data is multidisciplinary.

Machine Learning vs Deep Learning

It can be said that machine learning or automatic learning is a set of algorithms that are trained with a set of data to make predictions or perform actions in order to optimize some systems.

An example of this is the supervised classification algorithms, which are used to classify potential candidates according to their good prospects based on historical information. The techniques involved, for a given task (for example, supervised grouping), they are varied: Bayes, SVM, Neural Networks (RNA), self-organized maps (SOM) association rules, decision trees (for example ID3 algorithm), logistic regression or Combined learning methods (e.g. bootstrap or boosting aggregation). An example of this type of algorithms is K closest neighbors (K-NN Nearest Neighbour).

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Another example is the classification algorithms not monitored, are those in which we do not have a battery of examples previously classified, but only from the properties of the examples try to give a grouping (classification, Clustering) of the examples according to their similarity. An example of this type of algorithms is K-media.

All of this is a subset of the science of data. When these algorithms are automated, it is called Artificial intelligence (AI), and more specifically, deep Learning. If the collected data come from sensors and if they are transmitted over the Internet, then it is machine learning or data science or deep learning applied to IoT (Internet of Things).

Some definitions for deep learning are considered to be neural networks (a machine learning technique) with a deeper layer.

Artificial intelligence is a subfield of computer science, which was created in the 1960s, and was trying to solve tasks that are easy for human beings, but difficult for computers. In particular, a strong call would be a system that can do anything a human being can do. This is quite generic and includes all kinds of tasks, like planning, moving around the world, recognizing objects and sounds, talking, translating, performing social or commercial transactions, creative work (making art or poetry),… NLP (Natural language Processing) is simply the part of the IA that has to do with language (usually written).

The machine learning, in mathematical terms, is a function: from an input, you want to produce the correct output, so the whole problem “is reduced ” Build a model of this mathematical function in some automatic way. To establish a distinction with IA, if I can write a very intelligent program that has similar behavior to that of a human being, it may be IA, but unless its parameters are automatically learned from the data, it is not machine learning. The classic IA provides search strategies (uninformed, informed or local, such as simulated tempered algorithm), satisfaction of restrictions…

The concept of deep learning is a type of automatic learning that is very popular today. It is a particular type of mathematical model that can be thought of as a composition of simple blocks (composition of the function) of certain type, and where some of these blocks can be adjusted to better predict the final result.

Data Sciences vs Machine Learning

Automatic learning and statistics are part of the data science. The word learning in automatic learning means that the algorithms depend on some data, used as a training set, to fine tune some parameters of the model or algorithm. This includes many techniques such as regression, Bayes, monitored clustering. But not all techniques fit into this category. For example, unsupervised clustering-a statistical technique and data science-aims to detect clusters and cluster structures without any prior knowledge or training set to help the classification algorithm. It takes a human intervention to categorize and label these clusters. Some techniques are hybrid, such as semi-supervised classification. Pattern detection or density estimation techniques also fit in this category.

Data science encompasses more than automatic learning. Data, in data science, can or may not come from a machine or mechanical process (survey data can be compiled manually, clinical trials involve a specific type of small data) and may have nothing to do with learning. But the main difference is that the data science covers the entire spectrum of data processing, not just the algorithmic or statistical aspects. In particular, the science of data covers:

  • Data integration
  • Distributed architecture
  • Automation of machine learning
  • viewing data
  • Scorecards and Business Intelligence (BI)
  • Data Engineering
  • Deployment in production
  • Automated data-based decisions

Of course, in many organizations, data scientists focus on only part of this process.


The future of telemedicine has before it a path full of challenges and questions, but the base is firm, and as it became clear throughout the conference, in the next few years the achievements will be generalized that at this moment only they are accessible to a small number of professionals and in a small number also of hospital centers. 

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Antonio Alonso Martín, a member of the Health Division of Data General, explained extensively what clients usually understand by telemedicine. Although many definitions were given during the presentations of the experts, most of the speakers understand that telemedicine is a system based on communications networks, intra or extrahospital, which allows the physician to provide remote assistance to patients.
Telediagnosis, based on the same communication systems, allows the medical professional to give remote support to another physician. According to Antonio Alonso, both systems have endless advantages and a few disadvantages, which can be positively reconverted by studying in depth the needs. The main virtue of both systems is that it allows obtaining information in real time and, at the same time, increases the productivity of the centers, “besides, waiting lists and infrastructure costs are reduced.” Telemedicine or tele-diagnosis between Of course, it improves the quality of patient care, since it allows the doctor to have, in less time, all the necessary data to issue the diagnosis. For all this and against some opinions, we say that, in short, the specialist is closer to the patient. “

The telediagnosis also has, like any other system, new or not, some drawbacks, such as the fact that in many hospitals there is a scarce infrastructure that prevents putting into practice solutions that are actually possible. There is also a lack of access to specific products that facilitate the development of these new techniques and, finally, there is also a lack of access to information.
Converting the disadvantages into advantages is possible, according to Alonso Martín, making an extensive study of the needs of each center, integrating the necessary hardware and adapting it to the special characteristics of each center and each specialty. In addition, when defining costs, the correct use of the system will allow a return on investment in the medium term, although the most difficult thing, according to experts, is that managers see these possibilities with total clarity. 
In conclusion, experts say that both telemedicine and tele-diagnosis are a reality, both in Radiology, Cardiology, Ophthalmology, etc. Communication networks are important, as are the operating nodes, the usual scenarios, the equipment and their interconnection.
The experts are very clear that telemedicine is a reality in today’s world and that acceptance by users will increase. Advances in each of the specialties are already guessed and are a consequence of the improvement in the transmission of images, data and sound. Some of the examples provided in the conference are: in teleradiology, high resolution images; in telepathology, the combination of videoconference and videomicroscopy; in teleotorrinolaryngology with the use of high resolution cameras, in endoscopes; in tele-ecocardiology with the digital sending of ultrasound images; and in telemicrobiology with the sending of analytical data and high resolution images. They are just some of the examples,