Bayly worked with Vita Medical on the development of the Technegas Plus Generator - a marketing leading device that assists in the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism. Our exterior componentry and trolley development complemented a range of enhancements to software, electronics, hardware configurations and user-interface aspects.
The development process included early conceptual visualisations, detail design and 3D CAD, functional and appearance prototyping and tooling and pre-production management.
The product's construction consists of a combination of thermo-formed Kydex (V0 fire-rated), RTM (Resin-Transfer Moulding), Aluminium die-casting (X-legs), sheetmetal fabrication (trolley) and machined bezels and button components.
The Technegas Plus Generator is a modern, more user-friendly and functional device. It has been featured in Australian AntHill magazine (see here), and was shortlisted in the 2007 Australian Design Awards.
For more details on this project, look at our Case Study.