9 Month Effort on an Electrochemical IVD

At ZP we keep very accurate records on the true effort it takes to develop an electrochemical in-vitro diagnostic. We recently reviewed an on-going programme and so far we have averaged 334 hours per month.


ZP is the only IS013485 company that takes a holistic approach to electrochemical biosensor development, and so we don't artificially separate the sensor, hardware, firmware software, manufacturing and quality systems from one another, and this is reflected in our ZP Accelerator platform.