Product Design And Development

  • We believe that Finnish and Nordic countries can get back on a sustainable growth track mainly not just by domestic growth and exports to developed countries but they must increasingly come from sales/exports to emerging economies.

    The issue here is that emerging economies require solutions that have “affordable excellence” for B2B and B2C sectors.

Our offer is to work with you to do design, engineering and product development services.

We will work with you, our partner, to build working models and prototypes as well as create tools to test concepts and prototypes.

We are going to start with the medical devices industry and are going to start working with other industry sectors soon.

We will help you with:







Our lead in helping you in innovating low-cost, high-impact medical devices is Dr. Prashant Jha.

Briefly about Dr Jha:

  • Dr Jha trained in family medicine, bioengineering, computer science, innovation management and design. He leads the training and program development activities the School of International Biodesign(SiB).
  • At SiB Dr. Jha trains physicians, engineers, designers, researchers and entrepreneurs in the science and art of innovating low-cost, high-impact medical devices.
  • He has played a key role in initiating medical technology innovation programs at QUT, Australia and Universities of Tokyo and Osaka in Japan.
  • In 2014 he co-founded the world’s first Medical Innovations journal – BMJ Innovations ( and serves as its editor. The journal publishes innovations in medical devices, diagnostics, assistive technologies, mHealth and systems innovations.

Some of the medical devices he has innovated over the last few years are:

  • BRUN: A Feto-Maternal wellness monitor for resource constrained settings
  • d.Rx: Prescriptions:Redesigned. Safety and Efficacy to prescriptions
  • Neurokeeper: A device to detect Stroke during sleep in at-risk patients at home
  • d.Steth: A redesigned stethoscope with SoC
  • Lev8: A device to help women manage Stress Urinary Incontinence