Whether you are manufacturing electronics to support people’s health, or keep the environment healthy, our expertise helps bring your innovative products to market.

As the United Nations’ Department of Economic and Social Affairs reports, the global demographic is shifting towards an older age spectrum. By 2050, the population aged over 65 is expected to surge to 2.1 billion. This demographic shift underscores the necessity for medical devices that support aging and enhance quality of life, making the role of OEMs in the medical device sector increasingly crucial.

OEMs manufacturing medical devices are delivering innovative health solutions, focusing on areas such as health monitoring, disease management, and products that foster independence and overall well-being. From prototype to volume runs, Dorigo is working with these OEMs to ensure their specifications are met with the highest level of quality.

Dorigo’s approach to electronics manufacturing is to enhance the entire product lifecycle. From the design stage and prototyping to full-scale production, we meticulously consider the specific requirements for each manufacturing phase. Our Product Success Teams use Dorigo’s processes and technologies to build complex devices using value-added services, engineering, and supply chain management.

Dorigo has forged strategic relationships with some of the leading universities and colleges in British Columbia including SFU, UBC, and BCIT. Through these collaborations, Dorigo can take advantage of the latest advances in engineering. By integrating advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, and big data analytics, the research between Dorigo and its academic partners aims to enhance productivity, flexibility, and agility with the electronics manufacturing value chain.

“Key advancements in medical technology are closely tied to the electronics manufacturing industry’s capacity to transform innovative ideas into practical applications with the highest quality,” states Aimee Jo Milendres, Director, Business Development at Dorigo. “Our goal is to manufacture high quality and cost-effective solutions that are part of medical assemblies using our team’s expertise..”

Dorigo Systems’ quality electronics are the heart of some of the most advanced products in the medical industry. “Our team has worked in manufacturing assemblies that are a critical part of ventilators, medical wearables, and a variety of complex imaging systems,” Milendres further states. “It is exciting to be part of the creation of products that improve the quality of life.”

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