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Connected prosthetics - Mark McWilliams

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Giving the patient control through mobile technologies. The speech given by Mark McWilliams at UXconference2013

Giving the patient control through mobile technologies. The speech given by Mark McWilliams at UXconference2013

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  • 1. Connected Prosthetics Giving the patient control through mobile technologies
  • 2. Connected Prosthetics Giving the patient control through mobile technologies Mark McWilliams Director of Software Engineering
  • 3. Our Team • Leading researchers in prosthetics, orthotics and biomechanics • World-class in-house engineering team Orthocare Innovations
  • 4. My Story
  • 5. Standard Prosthetic Feet
  • 6. Standard Prosthetic Feet
  • 7. Standard Prosthetic Feet
  • 8. Early Impressions • Was amazing to walk again • I could resume a normal life Standard Prosthetic Feet
  • 9. Early Impressions • Was amazing to walk again • I could resume a normal life Limitations • • • • Hills were tough (Seattle has a lot of them) Needed regular manual alignment changes Changing footwear Foot would stick out into space Standard Prosthetic Feet
  • 10. From Patient to Employee
  • 11. Magellan Prosthetic Foot
  • 12. Magellan Prosthetic Foot
  • 13. Magellan Prosthetic Foot
  • 14. Is there an app for that? Magellan Prosthetic Foot
  • 15. Galileo
  • 16. Demo Galileo
  • 17. Galileo
  • 18. Development Strategy Galileo
  • 19. Galileo
  • 20. Mobile only • • • • • Easy to deploy & update (one version) Device portability A stable, consistent platform Secure, sandboxed environment Built-in hardware encryption Galileo
  • 21. Galileo
  • 22. Developing for patients • Simplicity is key • Patient needs to build trust with your app • Limit distracting UI elements & ornamentation Galileo
  • 23. Developing for patients • Simplicity is key • Patient needs to build trust with your app • Limit distracting UI elements & ornamentation Build a great native experience • Leverage the platform • Focus on accessibility • Take advantage of connectivity (with permission) • GPS • Remote monitoring Galileo
  • 24. Galileo
  • 25. Abstract away the hardware • Perform operations asynchronously • Don’t make the user wait unnecessarily Galileo
  • 26. Abstract away the hardware • Perform operations asynchronously • Don’t make the user wait unnecessarily Never leave the user in an unstable state Galileo
  • 27. Final Thoughts
  • 28. Q&A