Design Consideration for Next Generation Medical Devices
On-demand Web Seminar
View this technical session to understand how your choice of hardware (silicon) and software for your next medical device design can help you overcome design challenges and daunting regulatory requirements.
For medical device manufactures and engineers, the need to add features, enhance functionality and offer graphically rich user interfaces adds to a design's complexity. Add to that, the requisite to improve quality, mitigate risks and comply with strict regulatory requirements, such as PMA and 510(k) approvals often creates an unnecessary drain on scarce resources. How can these design considerations be managed successfully?
What You Will Learn
- Principal design and embedded software considerations for medical devices
- How to overcome design challenges by selecting the right hardware and software components
- Approaches to create more efficient design cycles and improve device quality that can lead to quicker regulatory approval
About the Presenters
Syed is the director of vertical markets for the Embedded Systems Division of Mentor Graphics in San Jose, California where he is responsible for devising business strategy, product requirements and positioning for Mentor’s Nucleus OS and middleware products in the Medical and Industrial M2M segments. Syed is a frequent speaker and contributor to technical papers and publications and has held various business and technical positions throughout his career with Mentor Graphics
Prior to joining Mentor Graphics, Syed co-founded Accelerated Technology Pvt. Ltd. which became Mentor Graphics’ Embedded Systems Division’s R&D operations in Pakistan. He holds a BSEE and MBA from University of South Alabama and has taken executive courses at Stanford University.
Medical Product Marketing Manager
Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.
David has over 10 years of semiconductor industry experience ranging from operations to sales and marketing. Currently he is a Business Development Manager within the Microcontroller group at Freescale Semiconductor. He has a specific focus on medical applications. David holds an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin and a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the Iowa State University.
Who Should View
- System Design, Application and Quality Assurance Engineers
- Engineering Operations and Management
- Medical Device and Component R&D
- Medical Device OEMs, ODMs and Design Services
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