Solving Embedded Development Problems for the Medical Market
On-demand Web Seminar
This webinar discusses how the use of Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) software can not only address issues such as time to market, bill of material costs and dealing with new and emerging connectivity standards.
In addition will also address cost effective alternatives to the DIY approach to the regulatory burden for safety and security issues.
Medical device software developers not only face the problems faced by other developers such as consumer electronic developers. They also have additional burdens such as governmental regulatory burden or trying to alleviate the burdens placed on their end customers such as HIPAA requirements.
The presentation is 22 minutes in duration.
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