Quality Check for Sensor Manufacturing
VitalTrace are developing a new technology that keeps mothers and babies safe during labour and delivery. It provides continuous, accurate data about the baby’s status during labour, which allows Obstetricians to make informed decisions about management, intervening only when necessary and allowing mothers to birth in the most natural way possible.
The objective of the project is to form a quality check team working in collaboration with VitalTraces in-house sensor production team.
Students will gain invaluable insight into applying their specific and general skills developed during their PhDs whilst working in teams to commercial timelines and priorities. They will learn how to balance doing great science with a lean start up methodology. They will practice valuable communications and teamwork skills.
Benefits of this project will include exposing IPREP students to manufacturing processes performed under an ISO 13485 quality management system.
University of Western Australia
Skills: Research performance and
communication, problem solving, critical thinking, analysing data using Rstudio, data wrangling and visualization using Rstudio, technical laboratory skills, organised, positive, teamworking skills