With the FDA certification, IMI Philippines now has the license to manufacture the UCL Ventura Flow Generator to support the government’s call for local outsourcing and manufacturing of low-cost ventilators and other breathing aid solutions in caring for Covid-19 patients.
Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI) booked $476 million in revenues in the first half of 2020 as plant shutdowns in various operating regions significantly affected financial results.
It has been reported that the use of the Ventura CPAP system has resulted in 60-70% success of sustaining Covid-19 patients needing intubation. The patients eventually went on to full recovery.
The production facility allows IMI to expand its global footprint and support the growing market for automotive components in the European region.
IMI will display its 360-degree Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) surround view cameras and UR3 6-axis collaborative robot at PSECE 2018.