CE certification of standalone software and apps seminar – the movie

Rather than streaming our last medical technology seminar on CE Certification of Standalone Software and Apps of 16 October in real time (big hassle and very prone to tech glitches we’ve found), we decided to record a video of it instead, and post that on my firm’s brand new Youtube Channel (watch that space for more video material). So here you go with three hours of exciting and action-packed presentations on

  • designing medical software for compliance;
  • qualification of standalone software as medical device;
  • the Dutch competent authorities’ plans to enforce in earnest as of 1 January 2014;
  • practical aspects of CE marking.

If you want the underlying presentations for future reference, that’s fine too. You can download them directly from my firm’s website News section without any hassle, paywall, or extortion of personal data and relentless follow-up harassment by email or telephone. We hate to do that, and are convinced that you will remember us anyway if you think the material is useful. If you want to be on our mailing list for these seminars, that’s your choice – just let us know and we’ll put you on it.

You can help of course by liking the presentation movies in YouTube so they’ll become more visible in the search results in Google and YouTube.

And there is a lot more software material on this blog, see here.


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