Device Design Optimization

In-silico experiments provide valuable insight into the effectiveness of new ICD designs. Integrating simulation early in the design and development process greatly improves efficiency and time-to-market, while reducing risk to patients by providing a realistic virtual test environment.


Cardiac device design and development faces many challenges that are costly to overcome with only real-world experimentation and testing:

Many options need to be evaluated, including device location, field vector and material properties.

Development cycles are expensive, alternating between device design and lab testing.

Real-world experiments do not allow for precise sensitivity analysis, capture limited data, and often require large sample sizes to be valuable.


In-Silico device testing

NumeriCor offers efficient workflows to identify key metrics, such as impedance, DFT, and capture threshold, for new design variants.

This enables a rapid transition between device design and in-silico performance evaluation, elevating the efficiency of the design process to a new level.

Automated workflows allow batch-processing of a large number of design variations.

Ready-to-go digital twins are available

NumeriCor’s proprietary technology covers all stages of cardiac in-silico experiments, from model generation to cardiac simulation and results visualization. NumeriCor’s core products consists in CARPentry PRO, a cutting-edge simulation engine, and CARPentry Studio, the ultimate end-to-end cardiac simulation graphical interface. NumeriCor offers various possibilities to collaborate with our team of experts, providing you with the opportunity to work together to improve your technology.