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Reports of medical device recalls by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are on the rise and will continue to grow as new devices are introduced. In 2020, an average of 10 percent of those recalls were due to software issues.
As medical devices become more reliant on complex software solutions, developing these devices for safety and security becomes more challenging. Achieving safety certifications through increasingly rigorous verification requirements presents another layer of complexity. Medical device developers who need to produce safe and secure systems face a range of challenges, from selecting the appropriate hardware, to choosing the right software, to determining the best approaches for balancing connectivity, consolidation of different functions and automation.
This webinar will explore key considerations throughout the software design and prototype development lifecycle that can help you ensure the release of certified systems that are functional, secure and safe for both patients and users.
You will learn about:
- Key takeaways from the IEC 62304 standard
- Effective use of Safety Graphics
- Leveraging Sensor Framework to improve performance
- How to embed safety and security features into your platform
This webinar is designed for medical device team leaders, software developers, software architects or anyone interested in learning about IEC 62304 standards, along with safety and security best practices.
Channel Application Engineer
A Channel Application Engineer at BlackBerry QNX, Sachin Seesurrun is a primary contact for our Distributors and General Embedded Customers in the EMEA region who are looking at how QNX portfolio of products can help them solve their challenges.
Sachin started his professional career as a Network Engineer in Mauritius. He moved to Intel Corporation UK Ltd in 2007, where he spent 3 years supporting ODMs on board designs with Intel’s x86 CPU Architecture. He them joined the Intel Sales team as Field Application Engineer in 2011, where he worked with customers across EMEA on various segments, from Automotive, IoT to Data Center, advising them on the latest Intel’s portfolio of products.