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Collaborative Engineering for Microelectronic Circuit Miniaturization in Satellite Applications

An OEM building and launching geostationary communications satellites needed to design and build a series of new control and telemetry modules for their new satellite system. The new modules needed to fit in a compact physical space while achieving very demanding performance. This required a more miniature electronic package technology versus earlier generations of satellites.

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Medical Device OEM Partners with NEO Tech to Innovative IoT Product

A medical device leader in products and services that advance orthopedic care faced the challenge of introducing IoT into one of their bracing products lines. The OEM identified a market need/opportunity to monitor patient activity levels; which required the integration of both electronic sensors and wireless connectivity to its generally mechanical orthopedic brace product.

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Medical Device Commercialization – Mynosys Cellular

Mynosys Cellular was formed to commercialize technologies to address a major challenge of cataract treatment – a repeatable, perfect capsulotomy. The other challenge John Hendrick, Mynosys CEO and the team faced was accelerating the commercialization process to meet their aggressive time to market window.

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NEO Tech Collaborates with Aviation Industry OEM to Design a New Operations Automation Device for In-flight Use

Re-thinking the Aviation industry product development process: Collaborative engineering solution with NEO Tech results in functional integration of commercial wireless technology into an innovative IT solution for the aviation industry with an accelerated product development cycle.

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Medical Sustaining Engineering

Component obsolescence issues that result in supply disruption are a challenge faced by medical industry OEMs with mature products. NEO Tech offers engineering service solutions to assist OEMs in redesign activity that can help them extend the product lifecycle of their products, acting as a seamless extension of the OEM’s internal engineering organizations.

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Refurbishment and Repair Services for Medical Devices

NEO Tech offers services to repair, refurbish/reclaim and refresh a broad range of medical devices. The service provides the customer with cost savings as well as significant time savings and accuracy benefits. It also addresses the customer’s need for product continuity. NEO Tech builds PCBAs, sub-assemblies and finished medical devices (FMDs) for medical device OEMs. Many of these devices are integrated into hospital systems such as medication management and operating systems, increasing the difficulty of upgrading to a newer version of the device. The useful life of devices supporting these hospital systems can be extended with repair and refurbishment services.

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Successfully Navigating the Nearshore Movement

NEO Tech confirmed through several real customer examples that companies can achieve globally competitive costs with nearshore solutions with the additional benefits of having increased flexibility and lower risks.

  • Customer A: … experiences few disruptions in supply, faster time to market with new products, and a better work-life balance for their employees managing EMS supply chain.
  • Customer B: … using NEO Tech’s US-based engineering services and nearshore manufacturing helps them execute rapid design cycles that accelerates their time to market with similar TLC vs Asia.
  • Customer C: … best combination of competitive costs with business flexibility,
    and with much lower soft costs associated with managing an outsourced supply chain versus going to Asia.

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“Raytheon is very pleased with NEO Tech and we are
NOT easy to please”

 Chairman and former CEO, Raytheon

"Collaboration, communication and cooperation
trump lowest price"

COO, Oraya

"It was like having an internal manufacturing operation
without the overhead"

President and CEO, Oraya

"The middle ground is a little hard to identify, and we needed to find someone flexible enough to play both games"

President and CEO, Oraya