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Complex Software System Development

Webinaire à la demande | 29 minutes

Join us in watching this part one of a four-course series

Through this four-course series, we will explore how to architect complex software solutions, balance agile with regulatory constraints, and showcase how low-code development catalyzes dev-ops. Attendees will learn how to reconcile the speed of modern software development with current regulatory frameworks in digital health applications. The end goal is to paint a picture of how companies, big and small, can transform their software offering by getting away from the monolithic status quo.

About our Digital Health Series

The lifesaving gifts of today’s medical solutions are predicated on software in every aspect of the value chain. With all evidence pointing towards a future being exponentially software-driven, it is important for developers of medical device solutions to not only understand but adopt the latest and greatest approaches. The speed of adoption in this realm translates to better outcomes for patients and their families. This series will build off our previous Master Classes on Intelligent Design Control as well as parts of Design Excellence. As a leading global provider and developer of software, Siemens has expertise in sharing how it enables transformation with not only its customers but also in regard to its own journey.

In this webinar you will learn:

Developing software that is part of complex electro-mechanical systems is not just about adopting an agile framework. In this session, we cover the different methodologies teams in the context of properly integrating (and managing!) common tools found across the medical device industry such as GitHub, TFS, JIRA, Jenkins, PLM, test automation (i.e. Vector Cast).

Meet our presenter:

Larry Sampson

Larry Sampson

Senior Director of Medical Device Processes, Siemens Digital Industries Software

With 20-years of operational experience in Medical Device, Larry Sampson knows firsthand how to balance device development agility and regulatory considerations. As a Sr. Director of Medical Device Processes at Siemens, Larry spends his days educating medical device manufacturers on best practices in all aspects of their product lifecycles. Outside the 9-5, Larry enjoys the great outdoors of Colorado with his family.