View a sample of this year's SDMD attendees who will be joining us onsite.
SDMD is Europe’s only international forum dedicated to medical device software design, regulatory compliance and cybersecurity. We are returning in February to continue to welcome all regulatory, security and design representatives involved in creating a software-based medical device. View the full agenda here >>
The event addresses challenges around usability, software development and risk management by highlighting case studies from both big and small medical device manufacturers, to ensure that all attendees leave with the tools required to perfect their device software and get their products to market as soon as possible.
For 2020 we welcome brand new features to the forum, which welcome new and exciting attendees to discusses their successes, challenges and pain points across the industry. Across the conference days we will be hosting sessions including:
- An indepth Cybersecurity focus day (20th February)
- Practical Workshop Day (17th February) including three tailored sessions on Risk Management, Agile Software Development and Software Design
- New high-level and senior speakers from across the industry sharing their solutions to your main challenges
Find information and opportunities available for partnering with the 2020 Software Design for Medical Devices Global Forum.
There is a breadth of information including key options we can offer for you, how we can meet your key business goals and much more on our partner's page you can browse here.
If you have any further questions on partnering and how we can tailor these packages, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
As the healthcare environment evolves and patient care moves outside the hospital environment, both patients and carers must be able to use increasingly complex medical devices safely. Medical device manufacturers spend millions developing the latest medical technologies, but often neglect to incorporate user experience, human factors and overall usability early in the design process, leading to costly delays later.
In light of this, we spoke exclusively to Moni Wolf, Principal Design Director, Microsoft Healthcare to discuss the importance of incorporating user experience and human factors in the software design process for medical devices ahead of her session at SDMD Berlin 2019.
New digital elements in medical devices are shaping a modern approach to patient care. These novel elements provide benefits in the form of new market participants, who have in turn brought innovation and new manufacturing processes. Ahead of his participation in the Software Design for Medical Devices Global Forum, we spoke to Pat Baird, Regulatory Head of Global Software Standards, Philips about the impact that the latest software developments are having on regulating a new generation of medical devices.
Software Design for Medical Devices Global returns for it's 10th annual forum to further explore in-depth and tailored discussions. Across 4-days the forum will address challenges including usability, software development and risk management by highlighting case studies from both big and small medical deveice manufacturers, to ensure that all attendees leave with the tools required to perfect their device software and get their products to market as soon as possible.
As the only international forum dedicated to medical device software design, regulatory compliance and cybersecurity, the quality of these discussions and focused audience perspectives cannot be mirrored elsewhere. View the full event programme by filling in your details on the right, for more information on the speakers who will be joining us, topics they will be discussing and to explore tailored partner opportunities and packages ahead of the forum!
We welcome you this Feburary (17-20) as we return to bring together all senior and high level regulatory, security and design representatives involved in creating a software-based medical device.
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