The Indiana Medical Device Manufacturer’s Council (IMDMC) is holding their annual conference on November 1 in downtown Indianapolis—and Invotec Engineering will be a sponsor at the event.
This year’s conference includes two FDA speakers as well as panel discussions and exhibits from the Indiana bioscience research institute, experts in cyber security, medical device companies, and more. Keynote presentations include:
- “Medical Device Cyber Security: An FDA Perspective” with Dr. Suzanne Schwartz, CDRH Associate Director for Science and Strategic Partnerships at the FDA
- “FDA’s Office of Regulatory Affairs Aligns for the Future ” with Joe Matrisciano, District Director, FDA Office of Medical Device & Radiological Health Operations
- “Futuristic Technology in Regenerative Medicine” with Rob Lyles, President of Cook Regentec
- “Navigating the Changing FDA” with Ralph Hall, University of Minnesota
Invotec Engineering will be at the event discussing the latest trends in machine vision, micro laser processing, error proofing, and automation as they apply to medical device manufacturing.
To learn more about this event and register, visit http://www.imdmc.org/upcoming-imdmc-events.html.
The IMDMC is a group of over 150 companies with a shared interest in medical device research, development, production, and regulation. Started in 1991, the IMDMC provides training, education, and advocacy to individuals in the medical community.
About Invotec Engineering, Inc.
Invotec Engineering, Inc. designs and manufactures custom automation, assembly, test, and inspection equipment for manufacturers in a variety of complex, highly-regulated industries—including medical device and automotive. Invotec’s technical solutions include: complex assembly equipment, controls engineering, error proofing, machine vision systems, mechanical assembly systems, micro laser processing, precision joining, and test systems. Visit www.invotec.com to learn more.
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