Future Factory

  • 25% of the
    world’s
    diabetics are
    Indian…
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    yet insulin dispensers are designed for the pockets of the developed world.

    With a view towards creating affordable dispensers for developing countries, the Future Factory team attacked the problem afresh. The result was a patent that could revolutionize the medical industry by manufacturing at 30% of the existing cost... and make quality healthcare affordable for most.operation theaters are like any other place of work. But like all mission critical products, when things start to go wrong, design is put to its ultimate test.

  • Taking
    'Made in India'
    global

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    Transasia Biomedicals, one of the leading players in biochemistry analyzers was looking at global ambitions...

    when it hired the team at Future Factory. Over a period of 3 years, the team worked extensively with the in-house R&D team to create a variety of designs for the export market...

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  • ...The team worked closely with R&D to review the entire range of products for design application.

    Each product presented a unique application for design. But in all cases, design efforts worked to ensure that a global aesthetic and quality was visible and tangible.

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  • ...From tiny table top machines, to large fully automated robotic devices, the team applied their technical skills and cross industry learning to create designs that leveraged local manufacturing and short run production to deliver global aesthetics & quality.
     

  • Till all hell
    breaks loose…

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    ...operation theaters are like any other place of work. But like all mission critical products, when things start to go wrong,design is put to it’s ultimate test.


    Over the years, Future Factory’s team of designers have worked relentlessly with Hospitech, a home grown brand in the hospital equipment business. To use design to achieve a world class product.

    Right at the start, the team immersed itself in the context of use. Using ethnographic tools, INDUSTRIAL
    DESIGNers witnessed operations, and sat in emergency rooms. Through liaisons with doctors, hospital staff, and certification agencies, they immersed themselves in surgery...

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  • ...The first product was an indigenous anti-hypoxiguard control. From design & engineering to testing and certification and finally production, the Future Factory team took responsibility for every stage of new product development.

    Ensuring we create increasingly better products & interfaces that are still standing when everything else breaks down.