Therapeutic technologies have shaped the medical industry by delivering treatments that save lives and ameliorate chronic conditions. But many categories of therapeutic devices are prone to high rates of malfunction and recall. Between 2005 and 2010, a reported 4,343 medical devices were recalled in the United States by more than 800 companies across a wide range of therapy categories. Reports of injuries and deaths resulting from failures of infusion pumps prompted the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to launch an "Infusion Pump Improvement Initiative" in 2010; as a result, manufacturers now face tougher regulations in bringing these devices to market.
Join Wind River® Director of Field Engineering Jegan Arthenari and Intel® Platform Architect Mike Taborn for this web seminar as they demonstrate a concept reference design that combines Intel processing innovation with Wind River expertise in embedded technologies, tailored specifically to the needs of therapeutic device original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and software developers.
- Ways to streamline the design and development process and accelerate time-to-market with more reliable and secure products
- How the Intel-Wind River therapeutic device concept will help you face the latest therapeutic device challenges
- The steps manufacturers can take to lead the therapeutic device industry to its next generation of devices
Building Intelligent Therapeutic Devices
December 11, 2012
9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET
Platform Architect, Intel
Director, Field Engineering,