Close gaps in product development with Jama Connect™ and LDRA Interested in closing gaps in your product development lifecycle? It’s no secret that developers of mission-critical software are facing increasingly complex system requirements and stringent standards for safety and efficacy. That’s why Jama Software has partnered with LDRA to deliver a test validation and verification […]
Here are the top three ways that products have become more complicated in the last five years, according to a recent study done by engineering.com.
Approximately 400,000 hospitalized patients each year experience some type of preventable harm related to medical devices. The cause could be medical equipment flaws, design mishandling or user error malfunctions – all of which can be prevented with a robust usability engineering plan.
The new colors, logos and designs you’re seeing across Jama today are more than just an effort to look the part; they’re a reflection of a broader commitment to our customers.
A recent report from Forrester Research, “Now Tech: Agile Requirements Management Tools, Q2 2018,” outlines the state of the market for Agile RM solutions and lays out the questions customers should ask when selecting the right requirements solution for their space.
Whether you’re just entering the automotive market or looking to improve your development process, you’ll need to become extremely familiar with the ISO 26262 standard. There are plenty of updates to sort through in the ISO 26262 2018 version, from building motorcycles to providing more guidance for the semiconductor industry.
We sat down with Clive Thompson, a columnist for Wired and a longtime contributor to Smithsonian and The New York Times Magazine, to learn more about the history of women in software – and why that history has been largely forgotten.
With more public attention than ever being paid to the fast-moving, competitive, lucrative and sometimes life-changing world of medical device development, it sounds obvious to say that no company wants to experience a product recall.