Responding to the Rapid Advancement of Cockpit Domain Controllers

In today’s automotive industry, the marketability of a car is largely based on its technical capabilities versus its mechanical capabilities….

Medical Devices and the FDA, a History of Change

As you probably know, devices of all types continue to get more complex, more interconnected, and in the world of…

Safety Certification of Software Modules – What and Why is it?

Standards apply to products, services, and everything in between. Products, processes, services and even people can be certified. According to…

“Software of unknown provenance (SOUP) – The first course of action”

Today’s medical device manufacturers are faced with several challenges: developing innovative devices connected to in-home, hospital, and office networks and…

Security of Medical Devices – A Changing Regulatory Landscape

Over the past two decades, medical devices have been increasingly likely to be connected to the outside world using Wi-Fi,…

Quality Considerations of Open-Source Software for Medical Devices

Traditionally, software intended to run on a medical device was expected to be written by companies well versed in writing…

Nucleus:13 is Proof the System Works

Nucleus:13 is Proof the System Works

On November 9, 2021, Forescout announced the discovery of several new security flaws in the Nucleus Networking stack, which they…

Join Siemens at Arm DevSummit

Join Siemens at Arm DevSummit

Siemens is once again proud to be exhibiting at Arm DevSummit, a completely virtual event that takes place live October…

Multiprocessor Blog Part 4 – Mixed-Safety Critical Systems

MPSoCs are ideal for mixed safety-critical systems such as medical or automotive.  For example,  one processing cluster handles general non-safety…