As we enter a new decade of technological advancements, Jama Software asked select thought leaders from various industries for the trends and events they foresee unfolding over the next 10 years.
The Internet of Things (IoT) promises a flood of amazing new products, including autonomous cars, networked medical devices, home automation and new devices in industrial applications. But data breaches affect millions annually, and there is real fear that hacked devices could be used for surveillan...
Founded in 1949 by 11 airlines that combined
their communication networks to establish a
cost-effective, shared infrastructure, SITA is
the world’s leading specialist in air transport
communications and information technology.
With nearly 5,000 employees in 197 countries,
SITA’s extensive ...
Together, ANSYS and Jama Software are revolutionizing the journey
to regulatory compliance for new products launched to market.
This paper takes you through the main clauses of ISO 14971 — the FDA’s mandatory standard for risk assessment in medical devices — and outlines how Jama Connect gives you a comprehensive way to manage risk and requirements throughout development.Learn how to:Understand ISO 14971 and FMEAIdenti...
The public meeting process has been a staple and hallmark of our democratic process
since our countries founding. Unfortunately, as our country has grown and both our
government and people’s lives have become more complicated we seemed to have lost
much of our focus on Open Government. Over the...
In this webinar — specifically designed for product and engineering teams building medical devices — you’ll learn how to move beyond the frustrations of document-based requirement systems and the added overhead of regulatory requirements to streamline your development and set yourself apart fr...
Practice: We’ve all engaged in it. Whether it’s
piano, math, golf, or flying, usually practice
involves a modicum of coaching, self-help,
and repetition. In avionics development,
however, there is little time for practice;
instead, everything counts. And the result
has little margin for er...