Optimal Design's innovation team developed a solution that converged several different devices and functions into a single, mobile, ergonomic and user friendly design. The aesthetics of the enclosure are designed to fit with other components in the modern medical environment. The design also communicates that it is an approachable yet sophisticated piece of hardware. An ergonomically placed handle at the balance point gives the product mobility which is required in clinical and hospital settings. Also, all of the sensor cords are stowed in discreet pockets that form the left side of the enclosure, giving it a uniform appearance all around. The device is easy to deploy or move as it now only requires the stowing of a few cables and turning off of the power button. In contrast, the previous version of the device required the setup of a laptop, data acquisition module, power supply, and many cables. Touch points, such as the drawer, sensor holders, power buttons, etc. are accentuated for ease of use and are intuitive for the end user. The thermal management is unique in that it involves the use of the same internal aluminum chassis that is used to mount all components including the outer plastic housings. This internal chassis was designed as a heat sink to pull heat away from the sensitive electronics. An internal fan pulls air over the chassis and electronics in order to take the heat out of the enclosure to maintain good thermal performance. The entire enclosure can either be set on a desktop or mounted to a cart or pole. The mount locations on the back of the unit are large and easy to access and again use the strength of the metal chassis to provide the structural support.