Woburn, MA, – Auriga, a software R&D outsourcing services provider, is proud to announce that its Quality Management System (QMS) has been assessed and certified as meeting the requirements of ISO 13485:2016 for the software testing of medical devices in November 2017. Continue reading
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), more popularly known as drones, are probably one of the most multipurpose innovations the world has ever seen. Originally developed for military use, drones were rarely applied to other purposes in the past. Today, however, consumer, enterprise, and civil government UAVs vastly outnumber military ones. Civil drone production is forecast to total $73.5 billion worldwide in the next decade, soaring from $2.8 billion in 2017 to $11.8 billion in 2026, with commercial use being the fastest growing civil segment. Continue reading
Embedded software is quite different from application software. It is less visible to the end user; however, it is a complex and crucial component that makes sophisticated medical, industrial, automotive, and security equipment work smoothly and reliably. It is the heart of the systems to which we entrust our lives. Thus, testing for embedded software differs from application testing in many ways: it requires higher code coverage and presents considerable challenges for embedded companies.
In cooperation with LTM Research, an independent research company, Auriga has conducted a unique survey that unveils current trends in embedded software testing. We asked 55 embedded companies to compare their software-testing approach against those of their peers and highlight major pitfalls that derail their efforts to test embedded software. Continue reading
Did you wake up one morning with a great aspiration to help the world by designing a revolutionary medical device? Or are you in charge of a multibillion-dollar corporation with hundreds of medical devices on the market under your belt? Or perhaps somewhere in between? No matter what kind of company you run or what type of device you are manufacturing, software development will be a major part of your venture. Like it or not, devices that are not controlled by some kind of software are a thing of the past.