With our EUA submission in, our Quality & Regulatory Affairs team is taking a closer look at what’s required for a 510k submission (the difference is explained in one of our blog posts). They’re also collaborating with engineering to see what other features can be incorporated into our AIRA ventilator without having to submit a new proposal to the FDA.
We’ve onboarded two new UX researchers! This is a very exciting step as we wrap up our user research for the first version of AIRA and start looking into what features need to be incorporated into a market-ready product. We’ve also gotten in touch with some new contacts who will be helping us with our medical device UX— they have experience with vigorous UX testing tools, and there are all sorts of things they can help us with!
This is an artist rendering and therefore subject to change
Big news this week: the Smithsonian reached out to us this week to request a timeline of our prototypes! They’re putting together an exhibit about design during the pandemic, and we’re really looking forward to being involved.
TVP’s Summer Ambassadors Program has just wrapped up. All together, our ambassadors raised over $5000! Some of the people who participated in the program may stay on as leaders, bringing in their own fundraising programs. Thank you for your hard work, ambassadors, we appreciate you immensely! Donations are what drive us forward!
Our latest blog post focuses on the UX team at TVP! Click below to learn why this department is the reason our ventilators will be ending up in hospitals rather than the Boston aquarium.
we’ve seen a bunch of wins recently
We’re expecting to hear back from the FDA soon concerning our EUA status, and we’re looking forward to it.
The Ventilator Project Team