Sawbones® and Numalogics Announce Launch of ENDPOINT™ – an Innovative Platform to Test Orthopedic Implants Using Automated Simulation Applications"
Seattle, Washington – Montreal, Canada, January 29, 2024, Pacific Research Laboratories, Inc., the parent company of Sawbones® and Numalogics Inc., are pleased to announce the launch of a web application that allows orthopedic implant manufacturers to test devices on industry standard Sawbones® bone surrogate (polyurethane foam), completely in a virtual environment. With the new web application, named “ENDPOINT™”, engineers can now easily test orthopedic screw designs using the latest computational modeling and simulation techniques and obtain results within days. With this new testing method, device prototyping can be reduced, or even eliminated, saving company time and money.
Sawbones® and Numalogics Announce Orthopedic Computational Model Validation & Commercial Partnership"
Seattle, Washington – Montreal, Canada, May 17, 2023, Pacific Research Laboratories, Inc., the parent company to Sawbones® and Numalogics Inc., announce today that the results of a thorough validation study of a virtual standardized biomechanical test will be presented at the ASME VVUQ conference this week in Baltimore, and also announce a formal partnership to make these tests widely available to industry.
LE CONSORTIUM KOLLIDE, BASÉ À MONTRÉAL, EST CHOISI COMME L’UN DES TROIS LAURÉATS DU NFL HELMET CHALLENGE"
La technologie du casque de football Kollide a le potentiel de révolutionner tous les
équipements sportifs de sécurité pour la tête
Montréal, Québec (25 octobre 2021) – Le prototype de casque de football développé par
Kollide, un consortium composé de quatre entreprises montréalaises, en collaboration
avec l’École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS), a reçu les honneurs du NFL Helmet Challenge
lancé par la National Football League (NFL) en 2019.
Seattle, Washington – Montreal, Canada, September 21, 2021, Pacific Research Laboratories, Inc., the parent
company to Sawbones® and Numalogics Inc., a subsidiary of Spinologics Inc., have partnered to develop
computational modeling and simulation software applications for the orthopaedic medical device industry.