Preventive detection of material and batch fluctuations? Continuous process monitoring with integrated user management? Archiving and forwarding of all quality data? Error-free production?
In the medical field, quality assurance is of essential importance. All components produced must be highly precise and guaranteed to be safe.
This is due to the vital relevance of the end products and the therefore heavily regulated markets. In particular, the EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR) and in the U.S. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) establish rules for the safety and effectiveness of medical and pharmaceutical products.