Medical Systems - Mentor Graphics

By: Mentor Graphics  09-12-2011
Keywords: Software Development, Design Methodology

Medical system suppliers need development environments and design methodologies that promote design team interaction and process integration. A multi-discipline development environment and concurrent design methodology provide continuity throughout the design, implementation, and validation phases of system development.

Merging the hardware and software implementation paths is key to developing complex medical systems. Hardware and software development progresses in-sync, ensuring that changes in one development flow can immediately be analyzed for effects in complementary flows.

Keywords: Design Methodology, Software Development

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