WHO: David Merrill, Systems Engineer at Polarion
WHAT: Automotive IQ Webinar “The Unified ALM for Product Line Engineering” (free)
WHEN: Thursday, August 6, 2015, at 2:00 p.m. EST
Many readers of this blog are either actively developing, or looking into developing applications in the Internet of Things (IoT). If development for IoT hasn’t touched you yet, it seems likely that it will sooner or later (probably sooner!) There’s certainly no shortage of press around IoT these days. But we came across one article we thought might catch your interest, as it did ours: one that talks about why the best IoT devices will be like the mythical sword “Sting” in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings.
This week I was at a pretty interesting conference in Stuttgart called “Talk im Park” arranged from one of our solutions partner Methodpark. Available were a group of people interested in possible gaps developing software for medical devices. Due to this topic, I was presenting what gaps we identified when we talked to customers who moved from a MS Office solution to Polarion. The topic was called “Traceability? Audits? I don’t need to worry myself about that!!!” To see the full abstract visit: Talk im Park Read the rest of this entry »
Like many Polarion customers, medical device market leader NantHealth is the result of several companies merging to maximize strengths and synergies to better compete globally. These mergers resulted in multiple point tools and solutions vying for attention, budget, and control. Managers quickly realized that these process and information “silos” created significant disconnects and inefficiencies, constraining innovation and problem solving, introducing errors, and slowing time-to-market.
Todd Henry is the senior director of product development at NantHealth. He and his colleagues quickly understood that the new “combined” company needed to grow as one unified organization, accelerating delivery of high quality products, while maintaining constant compliance with FDA regulations. In their quest for a better way, Todd and his team found Polarion and discovered that Polarion solutions could take them further and faster than they had first imagined.
In our newest premium on-demand webinar, Todd Henry delivers valuable insights, practical tips, and lessons learned applying Polarion solutions at the enterprise level to be both agile and compliant in the highly regulated medical device industry.
How do you manage the complex requirements in the automotive, medical and aerospace industries? How do you achieve the requested compliance? What happens when team development members are working outside Visual Studio? In this free 45-minute session you’ll learn how the new Polarion Connector for Microsoft TFS helps you address these challenges so that you can instead focus on business innovation.
The webinar covers:
And much more.
Welcome back to Morris Medical Monthly: a monthly series for medical device development companies (and companies who are related to such companies), providing some useful information about Polarion solutions and Polarion extensions.
Today we will start on the subject of Polarion’s RiskPack extension, and have a look how to use Riskpack.
I’m pleased to announce the first planned service release for Polarion version 2015. In this post I’ll share with you the most important new functionality and fixes. Let’s get started. Read the rest of this entry »
WHO: Polarion Software and Vector Software
WHAT: Free Webinar: Using ‘Master Specifications’ for Requirements Variability
WHEN: Wednesday, June 17, 2015 – 1:00 pm US EDT (GMT -4:00), 10:00 am US PDT (GMT -7:00)