Whether you are developing FDA or EU Class II or Class III products such as surgical robots, infusion pumps, patient monitoring systems or medical imaging applications, Qt gives you the technology to make robust and reliable systems. What you create with Qt will not only impress your end users, but provide them with a natural and seamless user experience.
Qt fully supports your FDA, EN, ISO, IEC and other major and emerging medical market's certification and compliance efforts. Leveraging this support with Qt's development services and partnerships with leading medical services companies, you can create more, code less, and deploy everywhere- and ahead of the rest .
Qt is developed with medical device manufacturers and their end-users in mind, that enables innovative user interface and user experience design on a wide variety of device types!
What are the aspects you need to consider, when choosing the development method for your medical device or application? This whitepaper explores the options of choosing a commercial off the shelf software and developing software (COTS) from the scratch. The choice may carry long lasting implications, which slowly has formed it to a business-critical decision.
Choosing a Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) software solution for medical development projects is not always easy. This whitepaper will discuss some of the aspects related that choice.
The graphical user interface (GUI) plays an important role, enabling control and delivering status information Lead developer Daniel Svensson at Orzone: “We deal with real-time simulation so we decided to go with C++ and Qt is the best GUI framework for C++.”
It is in The Qt Company's interest to actively collaborate and help companies in the industry to create safe, effective, intuitive, and user friendly medical devices.
The Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed), is a trade association that leads the effort to advance medical technology in order to achieve healthier lives and healthier economies around the world.