Electrode medtech firm Intelesens opens new £250,000 facility in Belfast

  • Medical electrode manufacturer and wearable sensor company Intelesens has invested £250,000 in a new facility for both manufacturing and R&D.

    Connected health and wearable medtech have really taken off in the past few years, with millions being poured into research and development on new tech products. Athlone-based medtech firm Intelesens has made a name for itself as a key manufacturer of electrodes for medical uses and wearable vital sign monitors with wireless capabilities that can be used in the home or a hospital setting.

    Intelesens has now announced that it's opening a new facility in Belfast in a a £250,000 investment in expanding its operations. The 4,500 sq ft space will be split into 3,500 sq ft dedicated to manufacturing of electrodes and other products, and 1,000 sq ft for new research and development facilities.

    The company's primary goal is to expand its electrode business and continue to serve the growing global electrode market, with its defibrilation electrodes found in AED devices around the world. It also plans to expand the development and manufacture of bespoke electrodes for clients elsewhere in the healthcare market.

    Source: Written based on press release

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