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Deep Dip Teardown of Tubeless Insulin Pump

This paper introduces a deep level teardown process of a personal medical device – the OmniPod® tubeless insulin pump. The teardown started with mechanical teardown thus exposing the engineering solutions used inside the device. Then the electronic part of the device was analyzed followed by components identification. Finally, the firmware extraction was performed thus allowing further analysis of the firmware inside the device as well as real-time debugging. Read more...


Nano-Newsletter

August 2013

Read about our totally revamped website, and test drive the Nanolab Instant Analyzer. Watch as we develop it into a Smart Tool that guides you to the right tool and shows the resulting image/spectra.

Also: 11x17" Wall Charts, Visual Goodies, New Circuit Edit, Plasma-FIB and D-SIMS Tools

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