SANTA MONICA, Calif., Oct. 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- BIOMEDevice San Jose, Silicon Valley’s leading event for medtech professionals, today unveiled its robust roster of participating companies announcing brand-new products and services at the 2019 event. Announcements will encompass new biomaterials, components, design services, flexible packaging, software, interconnected devices, and much more spanning the entire medical device chain. BIOMEDevice San Jose will take place December 4 and 5 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, CA. To register as press for BIOMEDevice, please visit: sanjose.im.informa.com/2019/Media.

With more than 3,400 life sciences companies based in California alone, according to the California Life Sciences Association, California’s vast life sciences community helps people around the world with innovators from the Silicon Valley area tackling the many unmet challenges in the healthcare industry today. BIOMEDevice San Jose, held in the heart of medtech innovation, will host many of the top medical technology companies developing life-saving products bringing down healthcare costs while personalizing and improving the patient experience. The show provides a valuable opportunity for suppliers to connect with over 250 companies specializing in 3D printing, assembly, prototyping, medical device components, labelling, packaging, wireless technologies, and more, to bring devices quicker to market.

The two-day event will also feature free education directly on the show floor. An esteemed lineup of speakers at the Center Stage and Lunch & Learn sessions. Furthermore, representatives from Abbott, AT&T, Microsoft, and Verily will keynote the event, examining the future of healthcare through the lens of digital devices.

With vast experience in the development of semiconductor and electronics packaging, biomedical, MEMS, and other electronic and electro-optical device technologies, Samtec’s Chief Technology Officer of Packaging Steve Groothuis will discuss how to integrate new technology for biomedical device solutions during Samtec’s Lunch & Session, “Biomedical Solutions: Successfully Integrating New Chips, Packages, and Modules”.

“The growing interaction between biomedical devices and systems and the silicon chip or circuit board is what is propelling biomedical solutions faster than ever,” Groothuis stated. “As one of the world’s leading innovative interconnect solutions companies, we are delighted to continue to promote the acceleration of biomedical solutions with modern and creative technological trends at BIOMEDevice San Jose this year.”

BIOMEDevice San Jose 2019 Exhibitor Announcements Include:

Biocoat, Inc. (booth 520) to announce its launch of an ISO-certified, full-service on-site facility for the application of its HYDAK® coatings to its customers unique medical devices. The new turnkey offering will save medical device companies time and money, as Biocoat fills the need by hiring specialized personnel trained to handle the coatings process.

Foster Corporation (booth 416) to announce the company has broken ground on a new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility that is adjacent to its headquarters in Putnam, CT. This new expansion comes only a few years after Foster opened a new pharmaceutical building for its “Delivery Science” business.

KNF Neuberger Inc. (booth 428) to announce its new FK 1100 diaphragm liquid pump, one of the most advanced solutions on the market for gentle, low-pulsation flows. The 12 L/min flow rate doubles KNF’s previous maximum for liquid diaphragm pumps. This pump is robust, adjustable, and offered in a variety of application-friendly materials. KNF Neuberger will also showcase its FP 400, a next-generation diaphragm pump that combines the traditional advantages of diaphragm pump technology—self priming, the ability to run dry, and long, maintenance-free lifetime under continuous operation conditions — with a pulsation level comparable to gear pumps.

Meddux Development Corporation (booth 324) to showcase its services for single-use interventional and MIS devices with an onsite expert technical team. Services span from concept generation, human factors / usability engineering, phase-gate product development, design for value, and clinical/commercial manufacturing of sterile product.

Nota3D (booth 137) to showcase its wide variety of different 3D Printing technologies and software including metal 3D printers built to print medical grade titanium for patient specific implants, Dicom-to-Print software that takes Dicom/CT/MRI data and allows for segmentation and prepared to be printed. Nota3D has Class VI, biocompatible materials that can be autoclaved and sterilized and more materials allowing patient-specific surgical guides, drill guides, splints, etc. to be printed and ready for the operating room within an hour. 

Phillips-Medisize Corp. (booth 606) to demonstrate its award-winning, FDA registered connected health platform at their booth. With four years of on-market experience, onsite representatives will be available to discuss how they maintain these systems in the field, across a global user base, and how to help companies gain useful data insights that can be used to improve product launch and distribution, but most importantly can help to support patients and their caregivers.

Resonetics (booth 736) to announce that it will offer medical device components online through Chamfr Marketplace. This new way of purchasing Resonetics’ components provides design engineers with rapid delivery, helping to shorten the overall time it takes to build a medical device.

Swope Design Solutions (booth 217) to showcase its specialized medical device and robotics product designs and services with their onsite process engineers at the show. Swope Design Solutions’ services include prototyping complex silicone parts to low-volume production.

Teleflex Medical OEM (booth 1027) to announce its new proprietary, hydrophilic surface coating for polymer-based devices that are navigated through the vascular system. The coating performs favorably in terms of lubricity and extended durability when compared to other coatings on the market. The company also will showcase its availability of bioabsorbable sutures, yarns, and resins that can be custom configured to meet the performance requirements for specific applications. The bioabsorbable product portfolio includes: Bondek® Plus and Monodek® sutures; multi-filament yarns constructed of PGA (polyglycolic acid), PLLA (poly-L-lactic acid), and PGLA (poly acid-co-poly-L-lactic acid); and resins of PGA and PLLA.

For more information on participating companies at BIOMEDevice please visit, biomedevicesanjose.com/expo.

Media Contacts:
Audrey Uchimoto, AdvManufacturingPR@ubm.com, (310) 496-9423
Lauren Lloyd, AdvManufacturingPR@ubm.com, (310) 266-4792
Tam Nguyen, AdvManufacturingPR@ubm.com, (424) 410-9797

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