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De-risking Medical Device Development

On-demand webcast:
Aired live: May 23, 2019 11:00 AM EDT

Medical device companies are experiencing an evolving healthcare market that is relying on next-generation hyper-connected medical equipment to enable new levels of diagnostics, treatment, surgical methods and patientcare. All these devices must be designed to meet the stringent FDA requirements, around class II and class III devices, for the safety, security and reliability required to treat patients and save lives.

To accomplish this, medical device companies need to bring technical innovation to the design and development of their next medical device, without slowing down their time to market. To address this need, Wind River has created an innovative eco-system that brings together industry leaders in the medical software and hardware space to offer fully integrated building blocks and long term support services. This provides the foundation for a range of flexible medical device system architectures.

Join Wind River and medical ecosystem leaders, SECO and MedAcuity on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 11:00 am ET for our web seminar, “De-risking Medical Device Development”.

We will discuss the following:
  • Accelerating time to market
  • Facilitating faster FDA approvals
  • Reducing engineering overhead by leveraging trusted partners
  • Easing the security burden (now and in the future)
  • Porting legacy applications
  • Creating flexible User Interfaces that span medical and mobile devices
  • CI/CD and software updates

Speakers:
Amar Parmar, Head of Medical MST, Wind River
Colin Paterson, VP of Business Development, MedAcuity
Michael Duhamel, VP of Business Development, SECO USA

Moderator:
Brandon Lewis, OpenSystems Media
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