Ollie Croft, Design Engineer and Business Development Representative at eg technology, talks about key market trends that stood out in 2019.
eg technology is a product engineering design and development specialist based in Cambridge UK. eg creates the next generation of medical devices and consumer products, making a positive difference to how people live.
The eg team are innovative product designers with a great track record of delivering inspiring and marketable products across a wide range of market sectors. From start-ups to blue chip companies, eg work on everything from medical devices to consumer products including; wearable tech, diagnostics, robotics, machine learning, sensors - and more.
eg’s engineers have amazing problem-solving skills that enable them to achieve the remarkable by taking clever ideas and, using the right technology, turn them into real working products. eg has a complete, proven product development process that they put at their client’s disposal and provide them with the experience, people and systems necessary to take new products from concept through to transfer to manufacture.
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Rouzet Agaiby, Head of Business Development at eg technology, discusses the benefits of networks and networking.added by Dr Rouzet Agaiby 2 min Read
Stephen Starkie, Group Lead, Software, at eg technology, discusses how hydrogen could clean up the planet and bees will check we are doing it.added by Dr Rouzet Agaiby 4 min Read
Helen Coppen, Director at eg technology, discusses why internships are important. Finding the right job for a graduate at the end of their course can be a challenge. Competition is strong with many graduates vying for limited places on coveted graduate programmes and for graduate positions. What sets a graduate apart in the eyes of a potential employer is that all important work experience in industry.added by Dr Rouzet Agaiby 2 min Read
As we approach the date of application of the MDR next year, medical device manufacturers are focused on ensuring that they get their CE certificates updated and they are able to continue to sell devices into the EU, but the journey isn’t going to stop there. However, the changes in the new regulations are not just about conformity of the product now, and manufacturers need to be thinking beyond simply completing their transition from MDD to MDR.added by Dr Rouzet Agaiby 2 min Read