We’re proud of our SonixTablet design – it was one of the first fully touch screen ultrasound systems on the market and was designed to be easy to use for clinicians.
Richmond, BC (PRWEB) March 15, 2012
The Red Dot Design judging committee has selected the SonixTablet by Ultrasonix as a winner of the red dot award: product design 2012.
The SonixTablet was selected for demonstrating product innovation in the life science and medicine category. Creative heads and manufacturers from all over the world submitted 4,515 designs altogether to the renowned product competition. A panel of 30 expert judges evaluated the submissions over the course of several days.
“It’s an honor and inspiration to be awarded the Red Dot award for the SonixTablet,” said Alex Antonio, mechanical designer at Ultrasonix. “We’re proud of our SonixTablet design – it was one of the first fully touch screen ultrasound systems on the market and was designed to be easy to use for clinicians.”
With more than 1,500 products on exhibit, the red dot design museum accommodates the world’s largest permanent exhibition of temporary design. From 3 to 29 July 2012, the museum will showcase a special exhibition of the award-winning products.
Ultrasonix develops and manufactures diagnostic ultrasound systems designed to make ultrasound easy to use in more areas of patient care. With large monitors and premium image quality, our systems are ideal for guiding interventional procedures. Founded in 2000, Ultrasonix is based in British Columbia, Canada. http://www.ultrasonix.com/reddot
About the red dot design award
The red dot design award, whose origins reach back to the 1950s, is carried out in three disciplines: the “red dot award: product design”, the “red dot award: communication design” and the “red dot award: design concept”. In 2011 alone, more than 14,000 entries from over 70 countries were registered. The award – the red dot – has established itself internationally as one of the most appreciated quality seals for outstanding designs. http://www.en.red-dot.org