Life Cycle Management

Component shortages for older equipment can cause serious headache and financial losses. Replacing obsolete components can be difficult and time consuming due to regulatory compliance.
Careful planning during the design stage can help to avoid obsolescence issues.

Lack of commitment for being a product owner, often prevents a company from being successful.
For development organizations who are not used to being responsible for the product during its complete life cycle, it is often hard to understand what commitment and being fully responsibility for the product means.
Experience gained during the life cycle of many products is key.

AimValley has a huge experience with being a product owner for various types of products. This means responsibility and commitment from the early phase up until manufacturing and after care.

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Network Connectivity for Medical Devices

Integration on Hospital Network
Use of Medical Devices at home
Prevent or Reduce downtime
Inventory & Device Tracking
Lower power consumption
Remote upgrades
Maintenance & Support


Solve old interface protocol issues
Add new features to legacy machines
Protect devices against cyber attacks
Resolve obsolete and phased-out components
Extend life-cycle of equipment

Machine Vision

Accelerated image processing
High accuracy for image-guided therapy
Faster result and shorter treatment
Ultra Low Latency
Parallel Processing
Flexible and Future proof technology

AimValley – Accelerated Edge Computing – how we can help you!

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