Medical Devices & Pharmaceuticals
Medical & Pharmaceutical Industries are unique and require its own unique regulatory system. Designing medical devices would be very challenging because there are a lot of medical regulatory to comply with.
While in pharmaceutical, production process and quality control are areas tightly supervised and controlled by regulations and regulators. Both, in the design field and process engineering field, we are introducing our solutions, by incorporating global-leading solution providers to our portfolios.
Siemens PLM Software offers solutions for leading companies in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries that recognize the need for a product lifecycle management (PLM) platform to answer product development challenges.
Our proven, flexible solutions help speed up innovation in pharmaceutical and medical device development, ensure quality, reduce costs and maintain adherence to ever-changing global regulations, including FDA compliance.
Increasingly consumer-centric and personalized healthcare therapies demand innovative design and manufacturing of medical instruments and equipment.
Siemens PLM solutions provide an integrated set of multidisciplinary, mechatronic engineering and manufacturing capabilities, offering faster and easier updates and refinements while on the path to regulatory approval or in production.
Innovate with speed and confidence knowing that your design, development, and manufacturing environments will produce cutting-edge medical devices.
EDEM Simulation is being used by top-tier process manufacturing companies in the pharmaceutical, chemicals, consumer packaged goods and asphalt industries worldwide, to optimize the performance of bulk solids handling and processing equipment.
Bulk solids are involved in over 70% of industrial processes either as the raw material or the final product. Effective handling and processing of bulk solids is critical to ensuring high productivity and process capability of manufacturing plant.
EDEM enables a detailed analysis and visualization of the flow of particles, from powders to tablets, through process segments and handling equipment and can promote both innovation in product design as well as reduce the need for physical prototypes and long product development cycles.