Type

Conference Proceedings

Authors

Martin Mc Hugh
Valentine Casey
Fergal McCaffery
Martin McHugh

Subjects

Computer Science

Topics
medi spice medical device software computer sciences software development medical device standards sme s medical software development software process improvement and assessment

How Can Software SMEs Become Medical Device (2011)

Abstract The amount of software content within medical devices has grown considerably over recent years and will continue to do so as the level of complexity of medical devices increase. This is driven by the fact that software is introduced to produce sophisticated medical devices that would not be possible using only hardware. This therefore presents opportunities for software development SMEs to become medical device software development organisations. However, some obstacles need to be addressed and overcome in order to make the transition from being a generic software development organisation to becoming a medical device software development organisation. This paper describes these obstacles and how research that is currently being performed within the Regulated Software Research Group in Dundalk Institute of Technology may be used to assist with this transition
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Full list of authors on original publication

Martin Mc Hugh, Valentine Casey, Fergal McCaffery, Martin McHugh

Experts in our system

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Martin Mc Hugh
Dublin Institute of Technology
Total Publications: 27
 
2
Fergal McCaffery
Dundalk IT
Total Publications: 91
 
3
Martin McHugh
Dublin Institute of Technology
Total Publications: 22