Codex Innovations is an engineering start-up based in Newcastle innovating in the medical and sustainable engineering fields. We seek novel ways to solve problems through fresh insights and perspectives regarding new technologies, systems and devices.
The founding of the company was inspired by our main project endeavour –commercialising a Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) to protect frontline health workers (especially amidst the Covid-19 pandemic). Alongside this, we are currently working on other medtech devices as well as other solutions in the sustainable space. Our team consists of multi-discipline engineers who regularly engage in all phases of product design including research, development, testing and production processes.
At our early company stage, we have already enjoyed wins for local challenges including first place in the University of Newcastle’s (UON) Start It Up and a minor winner in Samsung’s Solve For Tomorrow Competitions.
We aim to continue to facilitate industrial experience, gain access to grants, build connections within industry and ultimately produce innovative products that will make individuals’ lives better.
MedTech design and development
Research and development team with multi-discipline engineering backgrounds
Existing collaboration relationship with the University of Newcastle via student final year projects
Development of MedTech devices to solve healthcare problems
Size by Employees
Medtech Industry Self-Classification
MedTech design, research and development service
Codex currently provides development services to the Australian market.
For our current PAPR system, there is a potential to sell the device to Australian customers (subject to TGA approval) and for overseas distribution (subject to other approvals)
Hospitals and healthcare services
University of Newcastle (UON)– supervise student placements and final year projects; sponsor UON student club ‘The MedMakers’
Codex Innovations is not a manufacturer. However, it provides final designs to external sub-contract manufacturers (Australian).[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row]