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Industry Updates

FDA Pulse Check: October 2017

By: Nick Schofield
October 12th, 2017

As the year begins to wrap up, FDA is finalizing several pieces of guidance and initiatives as it heads into FY 2018. Here are some previews and highlights for October: National Cybersecurity Month

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Thought Leadership | Usability

Use Error and Medical Devices: Did You Consider These Four Scenarios?

By: Nick Schofield
September 27th, 2017

In your product development cycle, your teams get heavily involved in usability engineering—particularly during risk management. This process is meant to be intensive: the more exhaustive your team’s efforts in identifying as many user interactions as possible, the greater benefits they yield. FDA is then satisfied you have applied their “Inherent Safety by Design” principle, and there is less overall risk to the user.

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Fall 2017 Cognition Training

By: Michael J Lowe II
September 14th, 2017

Cognition’s Cockpit training classes are back this fall! Now is the ideal time for new and veteran users to gain or refresh the skills, knowledge, and experience needed to be true Cockpit champions and help lead their companies to success. We are excited to be offering four core classes:

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Thought Leadership | Usability

3 Questions to Help Your Team Balance Cybersecurity & Usability

By: Nick Schofield
September 13th, 2017

With the growing risks of potentially fatal hacks of interconnected medical devices, FDA is more concerned than ever that product development teams are incorporating robust cybersecurity measures into their device design. No matter what measures teams decide to implement, FDA’s main concern is for maximizing user safety while mitigating risk as much as possible.

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cockpit | Cockpit Crew | New Employees | Application Engineer

Welcoming Ed Hall, Software Developer

By: Michael J Lowe II
August 24th, 2017

The Cockpit Crew is excited to welcome two new folks to the development team this summer 2017. It is always vital to continue increasing our resources as we grow as a company. Ed Hall

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Welcoming Ryan Hart, Software Developer

By: Michael J Lowe II
August 17th, 2017

The Cockpit Crew is excited to welcome two new folks to the development team this summer 2017. It is always vital to continue increasing our resources as we grow as a company.   Ryan Hart

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Thought Leadership

Ad Hoc Design Reviews: Do I Need to Document Them?

By: Nick Schofield
August 15th, 2017

The short answer is: it’s complicated.

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Welcoming Chase Lessard, Application Engineer

By: Michael J Lowe II
August 10th, 2017

We are happy to welcome Chase Lessard to the Cockpit Crew this Summer. He is joining our Application Engineering team and will be helping focus on growing our resources so we can continue to expand our client base.   Chase Lessard

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Cognition News

Annual Cognition Clam Bake 2017

By: Michael J Lowe II
August 3rd, 2017

Every summer, Cognition Corporation holds its annual company clambake. We invite our employees, families, and friends to join us for this spectacular weekend excursion held in Cape Cod. A big thank you goes out for the hard work our staff does throughout the year; without all that work, none of what Cognition does would be possible. This year, we saw our attendance grow, with nearly 100 people, including new crew members from Indiana

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