The IEC 62304 standard was developed to address
safety concerns triggered by the rising number of devices in the medical
industry that use software. Checking each stage of software development to help
create a functionally safe medical device is plain common sense, but the
collation of evidence of compliance with the standard itself can be a real

Traceability is key to the success of medical device approval,
and yet too often it tends to be a background task. This webinar explains why
making traceability the focal point of your development efforts from the
beginning of development and throughout the project lifecycle can help ensure
that the collation of evidence becomes second nature rather than a secondary

Join QNX Software Systems and LDRA for this web seminar as we
offer insights using examples from our experience with safe systems, not only in
the medical devices sector, but also in other fields.

Pitchford, Field Applications Engineer, LDRA

Mark Pitchford has over
25 years’ experience in software development for engineering applications. He
has worked on many significant industrial and commercial projects in development
and management, both in the UK and internationally including extended periods in
Canada and Australia. For the past 10 years, he has specialised in software test
and works throughout Europe and beyond as a Field Applications Engineer with

Ault, Product Manager, QNX Software Systems

Chris Ault is a product
manager at QNX Software Systems, where he focuses on the medical and general
embedded markets.

Prior to joining QNX, Chris worked in various roles,
including software engineering, engineering management, product management, and
technical sales, at AppZero, Ciena, Liquid Computing, Nortel, and Wind River