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User interfaces: from manufacturer to service provider

Wireless user interfaces have multiple benefits, making them a popular choice in many medical disciplines. However, they also involve a higher level of effort for device manufacturers with regard to testing and documentation than cabled controls – unless the supplier is MDR-ready and able to provide the user interface with all the relevant documentation.

Source: meditronic-journal (02/2022)
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Wireless benefits

Nearly all customised user interfaces developed by steute Meditec in cooperation with medical device manufacturers communicate with the device in question via remote control. And wireless command devices are also becoming increasingly popular as standard user interfaces – with good reason.

Source: medical-design (02/2022)
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The Digital Operating Theatre

In Löhne, situated in East Westphalia, the operating theatre of the future is already reality: foot switch specialist steute Technologies GmbH & Co. KG has developed a multi-purpose foot control which enables surgeons to operate different medical devices from different manufacturers.

Source: VDMA Magazin (11/2020)
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Switchgear manufacturer undergoes digital transformation

steute Technologies is known as an expert for safe switchgear in complex and demanding applications. But over the last few years the company has also grown to become a systems provider. Today's customers can profit from complete solutions which range from sensors via Gateways to integration in ERP systems. In an interview, Stefan Schmersal, Acting Partner at steute, gives insights into the market, his own solutions and business strategies, as well as the challenges steute will face in the future.

Source: open automation (05/2019)
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Interfaces for the interoperable OR

With the dynamic integration of devices in the "interoperable OR", new interface generations are emerging.

Source: meditronic-journal (1/2019)
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