A Guide to Design Verification
Design Verification becomes more and more important because of evolving requirements concerning international regulatory standards. Although it seems to be a demanding process, consuming time and money, there are not only hassles, but also opportunities.
Which types of verifications are common, which tools might be helpful for their documentation? And why should you focus on design verification, at all?
anteris’ proven expert Andreas Harnisch was so kind as to give us an informative insight into design verification.
Andreas joined anteris medical two years ago. He is a team and project leader with more than ten years of experience in mid-size and global medtech companies and a perfect match for anteris medical. He completes the company’s skill set with years of experience in active and passive implants, including sterilisation validations. Moreover, he is a knowledgeable source when it comes to packaging processes. Defining blister specifications and testing strategies for commercial combination product processes is a breeze for him.
When he is not with anteris, you might meet him at any of the running events in Upper Bavaria if you are able to catch up.
Apropos ‘running events’ in Upper Bavaria
Like every year, anteris medical is a sponsoring partner of the city run Blutenburglauf on 15 July in Munich, organised by the Rotary Club Munich Blutenburg. This year, the revenue will benefit the voluntary initiative ’Johanniter Hundestaffel’.
You would like to join in? No problem, registration is open until 13 July.