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Tekscan's VP of Sensors Mark Lowe shares his input on the future of orthopedic testing and analysis technologies, and the role tactile sensing technologies may play.
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This article explores how FSR technology (like FlexiForce touch sensors) can become key embedded components to enable innovative and exciting medical device IoT concepts.
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Tekscan VP of Sensors Mark Lowe explains innovative concepts for piezoresistive touch sensors -- like FlexiForce™ sensors -- to advanced physical therapy treatment processes...
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This article showcases how tactile sensing technology used in R&D or clinical research settings can essentially "Map the Path" to an innovative, first-of-its-kind medical device.
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Tekscan's CTO Rob Podoloff provides key advice for companies to save on the embedded force sensor investment.
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No matter the application, engineers often wonder about the best method for measuring force feedback. This article breaks down how common embedded force-sensing technologies compare.
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Pressure indicating film and tactile pressure sesnors each have advantages and constraints for providing accurate and meaningful data. Understanding how these strengths and limitations influence an application is critical in the design process.
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With more and more patients electing to use home-use therapies for their medical treatment, ultra-thin force-sensitive resistors can capture important force feedback to improve the usability and effectiveness of small, smart medical devices.
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Given the high regulatory standards that medical devices must adhere to, embedding smart manufacturing systems with force-sensing capabilities can help automate critical aspects of the production process.
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Grippers embedded with FlexiForce touch sensors help to create a man-machine interface that captures tactile feedback during robotic surgery.

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