There are vast unmet health needs in the UK patient population and with sustained budget cuts to the NHS, it is important to continue to create new innovative medical solutions that can improve patient outcomes and also deliver greater efficiencies.
Over the years, Lord Young has been instrumental in helping to successfully grow several new businesses. Here he talks about his reasons for believing in Binary Actuation Technology, its potential in healthcare and what the future holds for Camcon Medical….
I have a great passion for science, with a particular interest in physics and engineering, understanding how mechanisms work with the primary aim of improving the effectiveness of a device. In the late 90s I was working with a high efficiency sound source, which directed me towards a pneumatic sound source option, but in order to achieve the necessary power efficiency it required an efficient valve…
We are thrilled to announce that Camcon Medical has been shortlisted in the upcoming Business Weekly Awards, a ceremony that recognises innovation, business and entrepreneurship from a variety of sectors.
Having recently launched as a company, this is incredibly exciting news for Camcon Medical. Being acknowledged amongst the world-class entrepreneurial community of Cambridge and the East of England is a true honour. It reaffirms our belief…
Since its invention, the Camcon Binary Actuation Technology (BAT) has been applied to an array of industry challenges and resulted in major breakthroughs across different markets. But what is its secret?
Below, inventor Wladyslaw Wygnanski – originally an academic from Warsaw Poland; sheds light on its invention and the road to achieving success with his patented BAT and why he believes success can be transferred to healthcare and the life science industries.
Binary Actuation Technology (BAT) was first invented in 1998 by Wladyslaw Wygnanski, who joined forces with Daniel Chapchal and Christopher McDouall († 2017) to apply this precision flow control technology to the oil and gas and automotive industries. Following a decade of huge success, the decision was made to extend the application of BAT into the healthcare and life sciences industries, with the key aim of improving patient outcomes. Thus, Camcon Medical was born. The company have since expanded their executive team to include Charles Potter, who has a depth of knowledge of the medical devices sector, and Simon Saxby, who has a wealth of experience in executive and management positions across the healthcare industry.
Here, Wladyslaw Wygnanski and Charles Potter, both Directors of Camcon Medical Ltd., Daniel Chapchal, Deputy Chairman at Camcon Federation of Companies and Simon Saxby, Advisor to the board at Camcon Medical, provide further insight into their new venture and what they hope to achieve with this versatile and exciting technology.