2019 / Life Science Design
/ Medical/Scientific Machinery_LS
N-Tidal Personal Capnometer
Gold in Design for Society/Design for Society, Gold in Life Science Design/Medical/Scientific Machinery
Wideblue Ltd, United Kingdom
Callum Stewart, Craig Whitehill, Colin Phimister, Eileen Faulds, Ken Devlin, Graeme Millar
Cambridge Respiratory Innovation Limited
Fierce Innovation + Medimume Digital Health Awards
Despite effective medicines and treatments being available, respiratory conditions like Asthma and COPD are a major cause of deaths in both children and adults.
Wideblue developed a ground breaking new personal medical device which monitors a patients normal relaxed breathing. Clinical trials have shown the device can predict a COPD or Asthma attack 2-3 days before it happens, long enough to treat / prevent the attack.
Although complex, the product design brief was to make the product as simple and intuitive as possible whilst still incorporating advanced data analysis, IR optics, and4G comms.
Bio Wideblue are a full service technical new product design consultancy. Wideblue were formed in 2006 as a management buy out from Polaroids'European Design Centre. Wideblue's team of Industrial Designers, Mechanical Engineers, Physicists, Electronics and Software engineers have created some of the most innovative new technology products over the past 13 years. Wideblue's strengths are in the creation of simple, easy to understand products combined with an inner complexity and the technical performance to meet the customers needs.
Other prizes European Product Design Award - Best Design for Humanity 2017 - Peek Retina - Mobile Phone based Ophthlamoscope.
Photo Credit: Wideblue Ltd
Credits: Fierce Innovation + Medimume Digital health awards