The Internet of Things (IoT) is forcing a sudden revolution in the world of medical devices, presenting new benefits alongside plenty of new challenges and problems. As IoT continues its migration into mainstream healthcare, trying to figure out how to properly address this transition is a pressing matter for doctors and the patients they are ultimately responsible for.
Software increasingly surrounds our daily lives. As the Internet of Things (IoT) grows, it continues to disrupt more markets and industries, and software design and development is the driving force of enablement.
Expect significant changes in manufacturing, retail, vehicles, and in your home – the long-term potential is simply incredible. However, trying to maximize IoT in your current design and development process is a huge challenge that may leave some decision makers in disarray.
To learn more about IoT and implementing a focused software design and development strategy for success, please attend our upcoming webinar (Tuesday, November 10). Polarion Software SVP of Strategy & Business Development, Stefano Rizzo, will be joined with Beyond PLM’s Oleg Shilovitsky, in a discussion of how development teams must be prepared to address growing demands of software-powered devices.
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Manage All Your Testing Needs With a Single Solution!
Polarion QA is a solution designed to provide a highly effective, transparent protection of quality integrity for your projects – in a familiar environment that you won’t have to relearn. A jump to the unified Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) is always seamless.
Using Polarion QA provides secure access from any connected device, allowing users to share test documents. In addition, it’s possible to easily streamline communications between development and QA with a customizable workflow able to trigger user alerts, email notifications, subscriptions and so much more. Read the rest of this entry »
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 into RiskPack’s Basics.
Polarion Software is excited to be a Silver Sponsor at the DevOps Enterprise Summit in San Francisco next week.
The industry-leading DevOps and Continuous Delivery event is co-hosted by Gene Kim and Electric Cloud, taking place October 19-21, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in San Francisco.
After months of hard work on the part of Polarion’s R&D team, we’ve released the second planned service release for Polarion version 2015: Polarion 2015 SR2. In this post I’ll share with you the most important new functionality and improvements. There’s actually quite a bit, as some things have been in development for several release cycles and are ready for release now. So let’s get started. Read the rest of this entry »
By special arrangement with OVUM Analysts, we’re pleased to present this second of a 2-part blog series with the full content of a new whitepaper by OVUM Principal Analyst Michael Azoff on Polarion ALM and its integration with Siemens Teamcenter. At the conclusion of the series you will be able to download it a free PDF of the entire whitepaper. (Read Part 1) Read the rest of this entry »
It’s a busy time for Polarion Software, as we’re quickly gearing up for the Polarion Live User Conference, which will provide best practices and insights how our customers are using Polarion software.
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The Internet of Things (IoT) has great potential for business workers and consumers, but there is a lot of confusion about the IoT infrastructure and connected devices receiving connectivity.
In a simplistic high-level breakdown, IoT is an ecosystem that allows hardware and objects we interact with everyday to have network connectivity – able to communicate directly with one another. By 2020, there will be at least 26 billion connected “Things,” according to the Gartner research analyst group. Read the rest of this entry »
The wearable market is expanding quickly, and it’s no longer just consumers jumping into the surging market. Growing curiosity in the healthcare and medical sector has generated new interest in creating software and solutions that collect a large amount of data.
Medical Wearables: Only The Beginning
As more companies begin to test wearable technology able to capture personal medical information, there are legal and ethical questions in relation to regulations on compliance. Read the rest of this entry »