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Robert BoyerDirector Product DevelopmentHS-Design

Robert Boyer (aka Bobby) serves as the Director of Product Development at HS-Design. Bobby manages many of HSD’s top projects where he leads client’s devices to success while keeping client’s expectations and the end user needs in mind. He uses his extensive background of engineering, design, and business to lead the development of numerous devices over the years, from auto-pens/injectors, to imaging systems, to opioid tolerance devices, to various consumer products for Fortune 500 companies and start-ups. He has expertise in design thinking, concept design, intricate mechanical systems, complex molded part design, product development, business development, and start-up mentoring. Bobby was a key member in designing, engineering, and producing a first-of-kind medical products which won multiple awards including multiple MDEA, IDEA Gold 2017,IDEA silver 2019, EPDA 2018 Gold, IDA 2018 Gold and Core 77 awards. Bobby has also has spoken at conferences on the topic of utilizing augmented reality in product development, and product development best practices for medical device startups. Bobby also serves as a mentor for the Collaborative for Technology, Entrepreneurship and Commercialization (CTEC) course at Rutgers University; assisting graduate students in forming new businesses using existing unused Rutgers patents.