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Using LabVIEW and TestStand in Regulated Industries
As product complexity increases and development time compounds, software engineering processes grow even more important to the success of any test and automation project. In addition, regulatory requirements, such as those in the medical device industry, demand efficient and reliable development processes to address safety, business, and regulatory risk considerations. Taught by experts in the medical device regulatory space and NI products, this course helps learners navigate regulatory requirements and business demands when using LabVIEW for test and automation for medical devices. This course examines FDA regulatory requirements and delivers best practices for reducing the burden commonly felt during computer software validation and test method validation activities.
- Validate LabVIEW applications
- Make strategic design decisions to minimize the impact of validating and revalidating LabVIEW applications
- Implement process improvements and best practices to increase the rigor of validation yet decrease the pain associated with validation
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Who Should Attend
Design verification engineers, manufacturing test engineers, and people on Software Quality or Design Assurance teams who review code written in LabVIEW or TestStand.
Basic understanding of LabVIEW and the environment. LabVIEW programming experience is not essential for this course, but helpful. Some familiarity with FDA regulations and rigors of working in the medical device industry or other highly regulated industry.
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