Lightning web components are now available for use with compone
— Lightning web-enabled components can be used to build complex devices and sensors, helping to make health care devices and devices for medical research more efficient, a company says.
A prototype has been used in a clinical trial of the component in the clinic, and the company, Compone Inc., said it is now available in the marketplace.
Compone is a company that specializes in the manufacturing of medical devices and medical devices for research.
The company is using compone’s technology to make medical device compartments that are smaller than a penny and that can be inserted into a patient’s body and inserted into the device without requiring any external pressure.
Lighting web devices, which can be embedded into a medical device, can also be used as a diagnostic tool and can help doctors diagnose illness, the company said.
Medical device componets have been in development for more than a decade and have been used by hospitals to provide diagnostic tools, said Dr. Christopher Kavanagh, Compon’s chief scientist.
“It’s a little bit like the first mobile phones or the first cellphones, but with a lot of added power,” he said.
The componemakers technology uses electrical fields to convert a light into electrical signals that can then be transmitted to sensors and actuators that act as sensors, he said, but also have their own processing.
Compon is developing medical device components that will be able to be implanted in patients.
Compone’s product was recently acquired by a startup called Electroplast that specializes on biomedical engineering.
Electroplaste is based in San Francisco and has raised more than $2.5 million from a number of venture capital firms.