5 Criteria to Consider When Selecting an OS for Your Medical Device
One of the most critical decisions you need to make when developing a medical device is what operating system to use. But there’s no one-size-fits-all choice. For example, not every medical device application requires a safety-certified operating system, and for many of those devices, Linux® can be an appropriate option, as can the QNX® Neutrino® RTOS. But for life- or safety-critical embedded systems that must operate without failure, a safety-certified commercial OS like the QNX® OS for Safety may be the better choice.
Learn what the critical considerations are for selecting the right OS by downloading our free white paper "5 Criteria to Consider When Choosing an OS for Your Medical Device." The paper explores:
- Safety certification
- Code traceability and software of unknown provenance
- OS architectures
- Cost and time to market
- Support and licensing