In December I had the opportunity to present at the 2016 BIOMEDevice conference as part of the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in San Jose. Because of my experience with medical devices and cloud-based software development and many years as a systems and embedded software engineer, the topic chosen was how to address common errors in Cloud-connected medical device systems development.
It's an exciting time in the medical device industry, with new “cloud-connected” systems emerging every day that offer significant new value to patients and medical service providers. These new device systems—and even some implanted systems—do more than collect and display sensor and patient data; increasingly, they reach out wirelessly to the cloud for data storage, computation, and directed alerts. Read more about the areas to consider when developing a medical device system using the cloud connectivity model at MD+DI.