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Assistance Throughout All Stages of Your Medical Device Lifecycle

Expertise in What Matters to You

Velentium is a professional engineering firm, specializing in the design and development of secure implantable devices, medical apps, and medical device data systems.

Human Factors Engineering

Human Factors Engineering

Embedded Cybersecurity

Embedded Cybersecurity

Automated Test Systems

Automated Test Systems

Electrical Design

Electrical Design

Systems Engineering

Systems Engineering

Mechanical Design

Mechanical Design

Firmware

Firmware

Mobile Apps

Mobile Apps

Cloud-Based Applications

Cloud-Based Applications

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Why Partner with Us

Simple Elegance

Simple is hard, but simple is worth it

Your device should be as intuitive as possible – minimalistic yet complete.

Rapid Milestones

See goals accomplished quickly

You deserve to see progress right away. You will experience weekly demos, daily access, and status transparency.

Reduced Risk

Protecting you and your patients

Our process and expertise reduces patient risk, technical risk, and business risk.

Secure Development

Cybersecure from beginning to end

Our secure development process assures the we are solving cybersecurity challenges throughout your project.

Quality Driven

Certified to: ISO 13485 – Quality Management Systems
Compliant with: 
ISO 14971 - Risk Management, IEC 62304 - Software

IEC 60601 - Electrical, ISO 62366 - Usability, ISO 14708 – Active Implantables

ISO 13485:2016 Certificate of Registration
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Thought and Commentary for the Medical Device Industry

Simple is Hard, but Simple is Worth it

June 24, 2019 | Posted by Randy Armstrong
In the second blog post in this series, we explained that a lean QMS results in less complicated devices, which in turn decreases development time, cost, and, in many cases, patient risk. Less is...

Root of Trust #9 - An Uncomfortable Question

June 20, 2019 | Posted by Chris Gates
The other day I was participating in an InfoSec working group when one of the participants asked a pertinent and uncomfortable question:

Standards-centric vs. Product-centric in Lean QMS

June 17, 2019 | Posted by Randy Armstrong
In the 4th part of this series, we are going to talk about the differences between a QMS that is standards-centric and one that is product-centric.

Root of Trust #8 - It's All About the Vulnerabilities!

June 13, 2019 | Posted by Chris Gates
What should we in the world of Embedded InfoSec be focused on?
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