Electronic-enabled drug delivery devices are a growing trend and have a huge potential to transform a patients’ quality of life. Portable, interactive, wireless, and user-friendly devices as well as tiny active implants improve patient adherence and treatment efficiency. They also offer tremendous possibilities in controlling and targeting drug delivery in the treatment of chronic diseases such as diabetes and the management of chronic pain. Their development and manufacturing require expertise and experience in areas such as embedded software, wireless technology and power management. And their continuously shrinking size also necessitates customized assembly processes to reach new levels of miniaturization.