New starters, software improvements and clinical training
We hope this newsletter finds you well.
It’s been a busy couple months since our first newsletter. Portsmouth Enablement Centre (PEC) hosted our first full-clinic training session where they used a transfemoral by measures workflow. It was brilliant to see everyone so engaged when using the platform and providing crucial feedback. Sadly we’ve had to put visiting clinics in-person on hold for now but are looking forward to returning as restrictions are eased.
We are using this time to increase the stability of the system, creating content to showcase who we are as a company, and continue to develop and move our data-driven tools closer to the clinic. Get in touch if you want to be one of the first trial users!
We’ve doubled in size!
A massive warm welcome to our new starters, Charalambos Rossides, Muhammad Qasim and Robin Morris who have joined as our Geometry Engineer, Biomechanical Engineer and Data Scientist respectively. We’re looking forward to when we are all able to meet in-person soon.
Every newsletter we will now be releasing a one page overview on an aspect of our research or the technology behind our tools. Our first one pager is a summary of the usability testing we carried out last year, and the impact its had on the development of the software. Find out more by clicking the button:
We’d love to answer any questions you have about this one-pager, or even suggest topics for future one-pagers.
Website and Software Developments
Head over to our new website to take a look around to find out more about Radii Devices. We’ve also created an interactive preview of a selection of our tools, both currently available and coming soon:
Visit our What’s New page to check out recent app developments including the addition of a colourmap within the volume change tool to make it easier to visually see changes applied.
Further in-clinic trialling of the software when we are able.
Development of 3D printing tools.
Planning of research needed to develop and test data-driven analysis tools.
Researching other medical device applications Radii Devices could also support.
Full software release coming soon.
Thanks for reading, as always please get in touch with any thoughts or feedback and feel free to share with any colleagues or friends who might be interested.
We hope to see you all soon,
Jenny, Josh and the rest of the Radii team