Medtech solutions for a better future
An expert eye for robust solutions
Our in-depth expertise in the sector, wide-ranging experience within robust system solutions, and state-of-the-art research in collaboration with renowned institutes, makes us a MedTech partner worthy of your trust. We offer creative and efficient solutions that meet the challenging technical and quality requirements that stakeholders in today’s MedTech sector face.
Our breadth of experience, gathered from high-level projects, allows us to generate new and innovative solutions that help our customers to not only deliver on current solutions, but look at other possible opportunities. We have played a prominent role in projects that, for instance, involved developing hardware solutions in ventilators and a machine learning software based on graph theory for brain analysis research. We are more than ready to create tomorrow’s MedTech solution together with our partners.
High standards and precision
Our teams consistently deliver high-quality results across the product development lifecycle, from the concept stage to design, verification, validation, and product maintenance support. Projects with Syntronic can involve support related to design activities or complete system solutions, including production.
With vast understanding of safety critical applications in all our business areas, we speak your language in regulatory and development processes to secure high-quality standard in your delivery.
Syntronic is reinforcing its presence in Canada by expanding into the city of Montreal. Our first Canadian office based in Ottawa, which was twice voted one of the top 10 Best Places to Work, recently embarked on a substantial recruitment drive due to the increasingly high demand from North American customers. The Montreal expansion forms part of a strategy to offer customers service with greater proximity.
Syntronic China has signed a technical cooperation agreement with a world-renowned medical device manufacturer. The innovative MedTech company specialises in developing efficient radiotherapy equipment for cancer treatment.
The likelihood of finding a cure for the chronic neurodegenerative disease known as Alzheimer’s is increasing, thanks to a joint research project by Syntronic Gothenburg, the University of Gothenburg (GU), and the Karolinska Institute (KI). The team is about to release a brain network analysis software that will be used by medical professionals all over the world – and bring hope to the 35 million Alzheimer’s patients.