Providence, Rhode Island (PRWEB) March 18, 2013
Vector Software, the leading provider of dynamic software testing solutions for embedded systems and Sterling Medical Devices, a leader in product design, development and testing for the medical device industry, are hosting a two-part webinar series that focuses on compliance and validation issues associated with the development of mobile medical devices. The webinars are free and registrants may attend individual webinars or the entire series.
Wednesday, March 27 at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. (Eastern): “Navigating Today’s Regulatory Landscape with Mobile Medical Devices” explores today’s regulatory landscape and offers clear recommendations to help both those in the software industry and those new to the medical device industry ensure compliance and succeed in their mobile device development endeavors.
Wednesday, April 3 at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. (Eastern): “Automating the FDA and IEC 62304 Testing Requirements for Medical Devices” discusses the best practices around software testing of medical devices and how the VectorCAST suite of tools can help ease the execution and the documentation of software testing.
About Vector Software, Inc.
Vector Software is the world’s leading provider of software testing solutions for safety and business critical embedded applications. Companies worldwide in automotive, aerospace, medical devices, industrial controls, rail, and other business critical sectors, rely on Vector Software’s VectorCAST™. By automating and managing the complex tasks associated with unit, integration, and system level testing, VectorCAST helps organizations accelerate development and ensure the reliability of their embedded software applications. Founded in 1989 by embedded software engineers, Vector Software is headquartered in East Greenwich, Rhode Island USA; with offices worldwide and a world-class team of support and technology partners. To learn more, visit Vector Software at http://www.vectorcast.com.
About Sterling Medical Devices
Founded in 1998, Sterling Medical Devices specializes in the medical device development, design, and testing of medical devices, diagnostics and related systems. From concept to delivery, Sterling brings hardware and software together to help companies of all sizes, from start-ups to industry leaders, at every stage of the product development lifecycle. Working with products ranging from Class III Implantable devices to non-prescription health aids, from “smart” devices to standalone units to web-enabled systems, Sterling gives its clients the tools they need to better manage their costs, reduce risk and stay on schedule. Sterling has provided solutions to such clients as Boston Scientific, Medtronic, Johnson and Johnson, St. Jude and many more. Learn more about Sterling Medical Devices at http://www.sterlingmedicaldevices.com.