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  • Mc Hugh, Martin; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine (Springer Verlag, 2012)
    Agile methodologies such as XP and Scrum are founded upon the four values and twelve principles of agile software development. A software development project is only considered to be truly agile if these values and principles ...
  • Mc Hugh, Martin; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine (Euro SPI, 2012)
    Non-safety critical software developers have been reaping the benefits of adopting agile practices for a number of years. However, developers of safety critical software often have concerns about adopting Agile practices. ...
  • Flood, Derek; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Regan, Gilbert; Casey, Valentine (Springer, 2014)
    For medical device organisations to market their devices in specific geographic regions they must adhere to the regulations of that region. These regulations often recommend that organisations adhere to specific standards ...
  • Casey, Valentine; Mc Caffery, Fergal (Springer, 2013)
    There is increasing demand for effective software process assessment and improvement in the medical device industry. This is due to the expanding and complex role that software now plays in the operation and functionality ...
  • Casey, Valentine; Mc Caffery, Fergal (Springer, 2012)
    As the importance and complexity of medical device software continues to increase there is growing demand for effective process assessment and improvement in this domain. To address this need the Medi SPICE process assessment ...
  • Mc Hugh, Martin; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine (2011)
    A recent revision to the European Medical Device Directive (MDD 2007/47/EC) made fourteen amendments to the original directive (93/42/EEC). A number of these changes directly affect the development of software for use in ...
  • Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine; Mc Hugh, Martin (2011)
    Today the amount of software content within medical devices has grown considerably and will continue to do so as the level of complexity of medical devices continues to increase. This is driven by the fact that software ...
  • Casey, Valentine; Mc Caffery, Fergal (EuroSPI, 2012)
    This paper outlines the development and implementation of Medi SPICE-Adept. Medi SPICE-Adept is a lightweight assessment method that has been designed for usage with the Medi SPICE software process assessment and improvement ...
  • Mc Hugh, Martin; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine; Pikkarainen, Minna (EuroSPI 2012, 2012)
    The rate at which agile software development practices are being adopted is growing rapidly. Agile software development practices and methodologies appear to offer the silver bullet which can solve the problems associated ...
  • Mc Hugh, Martin; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine (2012)
    The popularity of Agile software development is growing rapidly with an increasing number of projects being developed following Agile methodologies such as Scrum and XP [1]. Research has revealed that following Agile ...
  • Flood, Derek; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine; Regan, Gilbert (Springer, 2013)
    A critical component to the success of software systems is the incor-poration of the end user. Ensuring that the end user can use the system effec-tively and efficiently is an important consideration. Failure to do this ...
  • Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine (2010)
    In this paper we describe how a lightweight assessment method was developed to educate Irish software development organisations in relation to becoming medical device software suppliers.
  • Casey, Valentine; Mc Caffery, Fergal (2011)
    Traceability is central to medical device software development and is an essential requirement for regulatory approval. To achieve compliance an effective traceability process needs to be in place. This process must ensure ...
  • Mc Caffery, Fergal; Dorling, Alec; Casey, Valentine (2010)
    This paper provides an update on the development of a software process assessment and improvement model (Medi SPICE) specifically for the medical device industry. The development of Medi SPICE was launched at the SPICE ...
  • Casey, Valentine; Mc Caffery, Fergal (2012)
    The demand for medical device software continues to grow and there is an associated increase in its importance and complexity. This paper discusses medical device software process assessment and improvement. It outlines ...
  • Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine; Sivakumar, M.S.; Coleman, Gerry; Donnelly, Peter; Burton, John (Springer Verlag, 2012)
    Software traceability is central to medical device software develop-ment and essential for regulatory approval. In order to comply with the regulatory requirements of the medical device industry it is essential to have ...
  • Flood, Derek; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine; Regan, Gilbert (Springer, 2013)
    Software process improvement initiatives offer many benefits in terms of productivity, cost savings and quality. As part of these initiatives or-ganisations undergo an assessment and then embark on a software process ...
  • Flood, Derek; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine (2013)
    In recent years the proportion and complexity of software in medical devices has increased considerably. This has presented an opportunity for software development organisations to expand into the medical device domain. ...
  • Mc Hugh, Martin; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine (The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2012)
    A recent revision to the European Medical Device Directive (MDD) 2007/47/EC made fourteen amendments to the original directive (93/42/EEC). A number of these changes directly affect the development of software for use ...
  • Mc Hugh, Martin; Mc Caffery, Fergal; Casey, Valentine (Springer-Verlag, 2011)
    With the release of the latest European Medical Device Directive (MDD) standalone software can now be classified as an active medical device. Consequently the methods used to ensure device safety and reliability needs to ...

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