In this web seminar, Thom Shultz, Director of Product Strategy at Coverity will present best practices for the use of static analysis as advised by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The presentation will explain the various features of static analysis, provide specific examples of defects that static analysis can identify in medical devices, and review how it can be applied to the verification of medical device software.

Who should attend:

  • Medical device software developers and development managers responsible for producing safety-critical code
  • VPs of development and product managers at medical device manufacturers that include software in any of their products
  • Presenter:
    Thomas Shultz, Director of Product Strategy

    Tom Schultz is part of the team responsible for the technical product strategy and the incubation and introduction of new products at Coverity. Tom has been involved in software technology for over twenty-five years, from a product, management, and technical perspective.

    Tom comes to Coverity from Codefast, where he was a founder and the Chief Technology Officer. Prior to Codefast, Tom had 12 year tenure at Rational Software, where he had been the director of product strategy, focused on identifying new opportunities, technologies, and companies to leverage. Tom also directed the engineering effort and technical product direction for the award-winning Rational Rose Visual Modeling product. He was also one of the contributors to the Unified Modeling Language (UML) 1.0 effort, and was one of the founding members of the GE Advanced Concepts Center where he helped introduce object methods and tools to the industry.