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Design better assembly planning processes for medical devices

Medical device companies must constantly adapt to shifting market expectations. Our customers anticipate more personalized and more connected products. Regulatory authorities also demand adherence to different regulatory standards.

Achieving these requirements is challenging. Operational issues are brought on by the complexity of medical devices, the volume of data that must be tracked, and competitive cost constraints. Moreover, poor coordination between engineering and manufacturing teams can result in communication problems and delays, particularly during the early design phase.

How to overcome challenges in medical device assembly planning

Medical device companies must prepare for the design and installation of new production lines and machines and be adaptable with regard to production capacity if they want to adjust their operations to a market that is changing quickly. Old-fashioned manual procedures are unable to keep up. Using a fully digitalized business process to plan, manage and tweak production is crucial for efficiency.

Bridging data and collaboration in medical device process planning

Ensure digital continuity from design to execution with assembly planning tools for medical device manufacturers by using:

  • A comprehensive digital twin

  • Adaptable software tools

  • An open ecosystem to facilitate interoperability

Take steps toward operational efficiency in your assembly planning processes

The five integral steps of an assembly planning process include bill of materials (BOM) management, process planning, process validation support, electronic work instructions and manufacturing information management. Learn how to better manage product configuration and complexity with Siemens assembly planning solutions for medical devices. These solutions include timely reaction to critical changes, increased collaboration, faster new product introduction (NPI) and more.