Medicine on the Horizon: Best Sights from MDTX 2018 San Diego

Oct. 9, 2018
Highlights from the fall MDTX event showcase some of the latest advancements in the medical device industry.

The 2018 fall MDTX event in San Diego concluded last week, succeeding in its aim of connecting engineers and entrepreneurs with industry-leading companies and speakers. I was amazed to see startup companies turning up to learn how they can push their design ideas from the drawing board to production. A prime example was seeing Project Vive, a young startup designed to help the disabled communicate through a tablet device, face to face with companies like Protolabs and Royal Circuits to help forward the development of their device.

Here are some of the other highlights from MDTX.

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