Needs and criteria
The product was still developing, so we had to adapt to the motor box and body changes.
It needs to be made with low-cost production techniques because there were foreign competitors with reasonable prices.
It’s made to be placed on the table, so it had to be compact and stable.
The montage parts should be as few as possible.
The ventilator had a 4-inch display that needed a decent user interface with a great experience. Even a patient with minimum knowledge about the medical aspects can use it easily.
The product had to be portable and be resistant to impact.
Since there is a water heating element near the board, the container needs to be fully sealed so no humidity gets to the board. Because the product was supposed to be compact and all parts must be adequately put close to each other.
One of the great challenges of the product was making it possible for the device to work with the humidifier on or off. We came up with a mechanism for the lid to disconnect the humidity flow whenever possible.