LDRA announces tool suite for Medical Devices

LDRA announced LDRA tool suite for Medical Devices, a variant of its LDRA tool suite specifically tailored to help companies achieve IEC 62304 compliance and faster development of safety- and security-critical medical device applications. The LDRA tool suite for Medical Devices automates software quality analysis and testing while providing a traceable, auditable workflow from requirements through deployment for Class II and Class III medical devices.

The embedded software of medical devices now plays a central role in most diagnostic and delivery systems, sharpening the risk for both Class II and life-supporting and life-sustaining Class III devices. The LDRA tool suite for Medical Devices offers a comprehensive set of automated tools for the safe development, deployment, and maintenance of medical device software. This suite of software quality analysis and testing tools delivers bidirectional traceability that connects functional, safety, and security requirements to the objectives of IEC 62304 standard as well as the design, coding, and testing activities and artifacts. By enabling and automating the medical devices’ software development life cycle under IEC 62304, the LDRA tool suite enables developers to create high-assurance software.

In addition to achieving compliance, the LDRA tool suite improves productivity and efficiency by automating software test activities such as software quality analysis, code consistency, understanding, quality, comprehensive testing and change impact analysis. The LDRA tool suite for Medical Devices will be available Q4 of 2017.

More Information...

Latest News from LDRA

LDRA, QNX, and Direct Insight host seminars on safety- and security-critical systems
LDRA opens office in Germany
LDRA: verification and certification environment for 2nd generation IMA
LDRA extends commitment to safety and security compliance
LDRA release tool suite for Mac OS
LDRA announces tool suite for Medical Devices
LDRA streamlines automation for software safety and security compliance management
LDRA upgrades object code verification for avionics to newest PowerPC chips

Arduino CEO Fabio Violante on their migration upwards in engineering

In this video Arduino CEO Fabio Violante talks about their ambitious migration upwards in engineering solutions and products with Alix Paultre in Tegernsee, Germany. Arduino, long known for their deve...


Silicon Lab CEO Tyson Tuttle talks about their wireless IoT portfolio

In this video Silicon Lab's Tyson Tuttle talks to Alix Paultre about their new wireless IoT portfolio. Wireless Xpress provides a configuration-based development environment, with certified Blueto...


Keysight's Joachim Peerlings talks about the new UXR series Oscilloscope

In this video Keysight's Joachim Peerlings talks about the new UXR series Oscilloscope with Alix Paultre at their launch event in Munich. The Infiniium UXR-Series of oscilloscopes has models rangi...


BrainChip explains their new Neuromorphic System-on-Chip

In this video, Bob Beachler of BrainChip talks to Alix Paultre about their latest single-chip neural network technology.  Spiking neural networks (SNNs) are inherently lower power than traditiona...


Vincotech – EMPOWERING YOUR IDEAS

In this video the Vincotech team walks us through the most important topics displayed on their booth at PCIM Europe 2018. It also explains why Vincotech is First in SiC Modules. Being very flexible in...


Microchip talks about their latest secure microcontroller

Microchip's new SAM L10 and SAM L11 families of 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) address the growing need for security in Internet of Things (IoT) endpoints by protecting against the increasing the ...


E-Mail Newsletters

nlsc240

Our 3 E-Mail Newsletters: EETimes/EDN Europe, Embedded News and Power Electronics News inform about the latest news in technology and products, as well as technical know-how like white papers, webinars, articles, etc.


B & S / ECE Magazine

- latest issue is online now -

November 2018

Content Highlights

Cover Story

Internet-connected displays make the industrial IoT more visible

Download now


wholesale jerseys