Stadium Group to Showcase Design-led Healthcare Techat MD&M West


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Stadium Group will be showcasing design-led technologies developed for the global healthcare markets at MD&M West, Anaheim, California, North America’s largest annual event for medtech manufacturers.

Stadium Group, headquartered in the UK with global design, manufacturing and fulfilment operations, develops integrated electronic technologies including power supplies, single board computing (SBC), human machine interface (HMI) solutions and connected devices for IoT for medtech OEMs. Applications include critical medical equipment, assisted living, wearable devices and healthcare infrastructure.

Tim Taylor, VP Sales USA commented: “MD&M West brings together the largest showcase of medtech suppliers in the US. Attended by design engineers from the States and worldwide, the event is a great opportunity to reach new customers looking for suppliers, new technologies and inspiration.”

“I am super excited to bring Stadium Group to the show this year with the design-led technology offering and an exclusive view of our brand new SBC kits. It is an exciting time for the company. In 2017 we established the commercial presence in Salt Lake City and more recently announced exciting partnerships with global distributors Allied Electronics & Automation and Mouser.”

These recent distribution deals mark a significant step in Stadium Group’s strategy to grow its customer base and gain greater reach into new global markets.

MD&M West joins with WestPack, ATX West, Pacific Design & Manufacturing, and PLASTEC West to bring all facets of the advanced design and manufacturing industry – automation, plastics, packaging, design engineering and medtech.

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