Automation during manufacturing
Full automated control of calibration, functional operation and performance are done by automated programs, resulting in a higher level of verification and control over the finished product while reducing costs and labor.

Burn in automated control and tracking
Burn-in of the ventilators is also controlled and monitored by automation programs. These track the products during burn in, detect faults and provide a complete bill of health when the burn in is completed.

Tracking and updated devices in the field
The ventilators in the field can communicate with our servers to report any technical anomalies along with detailed log information in real time. This makes it possible to detect faults early on, and address any issue before it escalates. This increases patient safety and reduces the risk of field recalls.

Automatic Software update and maintenance tracking
Software in our products can be updated automatically over the network. Whether the update is done online of offline, all information regarding the update is sent to the servers for tracking and management purposes.

manufacturability and maintenance

When designing our products much care was given to the manufacturability and maintenance. 
On top of the normal aspects taken into account to improve manufacturing and assembly, much focus was given to the automation of the manufacturing verification process.

This is achieved by utilizing the Versatile Integrated Network Support (VINS) incorporated inside our ventilators.
The VINS enables external programs to communicate with the ventilator either over a physical connection or via the network and by doing so, control and monitor every aspect of the ventilator. 

​Special automation programs run scripts that utilize this capability and command the ventilator to perform certain tasks, verify the outcome is acceptable, by also communicating with calibrated test equipment when needed, and when required, requires the technician to provide certain feedback. These scripts can be run by connecting a computer to the ventilator directly or through the network (in which case one computer can control and monitor multiple ventilators).