PHOENIX -- As the complexity of medical devices has increased, the process of software validation has become a correspondingly intensive process for medical device designers. Avnet (NYSE: AVT) microcontroller and security technologies expert Jim Carver illustrates how utilizing the latest technology can lessen the time spent on de-bugging and validating system software in his presentation "Advanced Techniques for Software Validation" at the upcoming DesignMED Conference.
“Avnet Electronics Marketing is focused on providing medical design engineers the technology they need to reduce design risk and accelerate time to market.”
Taking place February 8-10, 2011, at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif., DesignMED is an adjunct conference to Medical Design and Manufacturing West (MD&M). Carver, technical director for Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas, is a 25-year industry veteran who has been educating the engineering community for more than two decades. His talk, which takes place on Wednesday, February 9, 2011, from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. PST, illustrates the benefits of integrating state-of-the-art microcontrollers and microprocessors into medical device designs.
“The capabilities of these embedded solutions allow for reduced software development time and can have a dramatic impact on accelerating the process of system validation for regulatory approval,” said Carver. “Avnet Electronics Marketing is focused on providing medical design engineers the technology they need to reduce design risk and accelerate time to market.”
The DesignMED conference is the technology resource for medical electronic device engineers and designers who develop, design and manufacture sophisticated medical electronics. Attendees will have hands-on access to working hardware and software, and will hear practical information and innovative solutions they require to take their products from concept to market.
For more information on this and other presentations at DesignMED, visit www.designmedwest.com.
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