The customer wanted to develop a touch-based user interface and middleware communication platform on embedded Linux for their new generation portable bedside monitor. The user interface shall be developed in QT, and the communication platform should comply with HL7 specifications for exchanging data with the central patient monitoring system. Custom embedded Linux drivers needed to be developed for integrating vital parameter sensors. Entire development should comply with IEC 62304 and ISO 13485 guidelines.
Today’s enterprise hospitals need centralized patient monitoring to increase the efficiency of caregiving. New generation bedside monitors should connect to central patient monitoring systems through wired or wireless interfaces. Also, physicians and nurses prefer intuitive touchscreen-based user interfaces for ease of operation.
Trenser engaged as an offshore development partner providing software and device driver development support for the medical device equipment manufacturer. Trenser provided continuing maintenance support for multiple product lines.