Sonic Concepts has been developing our survey transducers for more than 20 years, some of which are still in operation. Our ultrasound surveying system utilizes Sonic’s high sensitivity and bandwidth technology while operating at 200 atmospheres of pressure, high temperature and harsh chemical environments.
Sean McCool, Operations Manager
SONARWIRE GLOBAL, LLC
Seattle Children’s Research Institute is working toward a novel application in treating pediatric hemophilia using high-intensity ultrasound. Sonic Concepts has lived up to its reputation in providing us with a variety of transducer designs that push the boundaries of material science and leverage its ultrasound expertise toward gene transfection.
Carol H. Miao, PhD, Principle Investigator
SEATTLE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH INSTITUTE
The Biomedical Ultrasonics, Biotherapy and Biopharmaceuticals Laboratory (BUBBL) at the University of Oxford has been developing novel ultrasound-based therapies for non-invasive surgery and drug delivery since its creation in 2004, and has been working closely with Sonic Concepts across all stages of technological development, from early laboratory concept studies to in vivo experimentation and clinical trials. Throughout this fruitful collaboration, we have come to expect not only excellence in manufacturing, acoustic performance and servicing of transducers, but also creative and expert input into the design, modelling and implementation of innovative and demanding ultrasound transducers for a broad range of applications. A key feature of this interaction has been the excellent agreement consistently obtained between acoustic modelling during the design phase and the resulting acoustic field, which has enabled us to push the boundaries of customization with confidence.
Professor Constantin Coussios
Statutory Chair of Biomedical Engineering, University of Oxford
Director, Oxford Centre for Drug Delivery Devices