Our client is a leading company in the Healthcare Device Manufacturing sector, headquartered in the vibrant city of Houston. The company is renowned for its exceptional team, which includes experienced life science entrepreneurs, skilled engineers, distinguished cardiologists, and seasoned experts in the field of heart failure. Their primary expertise lies in addressing the unique needs of individuals dealing with heart failure through the development of cutting-edge percutaneous mechanical circulatory support (pMCS) devices. These devices are designed to provide secure and innovative solutions for patients with heart failure.
The primary goal of this initiative involved the development of a UWP-driven Surface Tablet application. This application was strategically designed to effectively operate and regulate a mechanical circulatory support apparatus, specifically an Artificial Heart Pump. The innovation targeted the critical task of providing advanced treatment to individuals suffering from heart failure, particularly those whose medical condition exceeds the efficacy of medication as a standalone solution.
App Maisters helped to develop innovative solution centered on a UWP-based Windows Tablet application, with primary access via the Windows Surface Go 2 platform. This Surface application acts as the intermediary, facilitating seamless data exchange between the Cradle and Controller, both powered by the BM71 BLE Module. By establishing secure communication channels, the application enables data transmission from the Cradle to the Controller, utilizing both wired and Bluetooth BLE connections.
At the core of our solution lies a UWP-based Surface Tablet application, meticulously designed to address the complex needs of heart failure patients whose medical condition necessitates treatment beyond traditional medication. Employing advanced cryptographic techniques such as RSA Signature and Timestamp, every command from Cradle to Controller is secured. Moreover, the application leverages Dynamic RSA Key Exchange to ensure seamless and authenticated communication between the Controller and Cradle.
Our collaboration resulted in the successful transformation of a concept into a polished, user-centric application. This application seamlessly interfaces with a mechanical circulatory support system—an Artificial Heart Pump—customized to cater to the unique needs of patients with heart failure who have found traditional medications inadequate.
Our team’s expertise shone through as we conceived and developed a UWP-based application meticulously crafted for compatibility with the Windows Surface Go 2 platform. This strategic decision ensured a secure pairing process and enabled the smooth exchange of data between the Cradle and Controller components, utilizing both wired and Bluetooth BLE connections.