• iF Design Award
  • Red Dot Award
  • German Design Award

Touch-based user interface for controlling integrated operating theatres

TEGRIS enables central, touch-based control of operating equipment such as operating tables, operating lights, monitors and cameras. The intuitive navigation adapted to the surgical work flow integrates WHO-compliant check lists, focusing on patient safety. Self-explanatory icons and a live preview achieve a high degree of operating safety.

Medical Engineering
UX design

User-specific aspects

  • Intuitive user guidance adapted to the surgical work flow according to the standards of medical technology software
  • High level of operating safety: high-contrast implementation of interactive controls, self-explanatory icons that reflect the surroundings
  • Simple, pleasant and uniform colour concept with optimal contrasts for displaying pictures and videos
  • Minimum training effort
  • Flexible adaptation to customer requirements

Creative aspects

  • Pleasant, generous room layout
  • Simple and straightforward shapes ensure a calm and high-quality overall appearance
  • Realistic appearance due to the three-dimensional impression of the screen elements
  • Smooth and attractive animations (especially for the main navigation) support the modern and precise appearance of the user interface

Project work

Together with MAQUET, a customer from the Getinge Group, we fundamentally revised both the concept of usability and user experience and the visual design of "TEGRIS". The front-end technical implementation was carried out in-house using WPF.