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In the dynamic realm of healthcare technology, where innovation intersects with regulation, our recent collaboration with Livivos, a visionary US startup aimed to redefine liver disease diagnosis and treatment using cutting-edge technology. This success story chronicles the transformative journey of re-engineering a previous version of medical device software, turning it into a reliable and high-quality product.

The Challenge

From the start, our team encountered some challenges during the adaptation and re-engineering process. These included working with older third-party components, occasional issues regarding software reliability, and the need for appropriate documentation. However, our dedicated team of software engineers approached these challenges with determination. Over a four-month period, they methodically addressed these obstacles in two distinct phases.

Our Approach: ISO 9001-Certified excellence

  • In Phase 1, a comprehensive assessment of the software architecture led to the migration of the previous version to a robust code repository. We established a continuous integration process while preparing detailed documentation covering various aspects, such as architecture, management, software configuration, and test plans.

  • Phase 2 focused on enhancing software architecture and design. Improvements were made to ensure the accuracy of test reports while laying the groundwork for future upgrades. Our internal ISO 9001-certified process ensured meticulous attention to quality control throughout every stage of development. In addition to facilitating seamless collaboration within our team, such an approach also instilled confidence in our stakeholders regarding the reliability and performance of the re-engineered medical device software.

Implemented Requirements and Added Value Provided to the client

Simplified architecture

This requirement was achieved through the unification of programming languages and modules, simplifying maintenance and communication processes.


Parametrization allowed for the addition of new scan types such as T2, without major software development, as well as the option to abort or restart individual measurements without affecting others.


  • Version control and continuous integration, ensuring stability and quality.

  • Windows compatibility and the creation of a single artifact for easy deployment on new devices.

Collaboration and Communication Excellence

Effective communication played a pivotal role in the project’s success. Regular weekly briefings and demos maintained the client's awareness of project status while fostering a transparent and collaborative environment that benefited from the client’s insights and healthcare expertise.

The Results: Stability, Quality, and Recognition

The collaboration yielded a software product that not only met stability requirements but also adhered to the highest quality standards. Client feedback praised our team's proactive approach to identifying risks and making insightful suggestions for improvement.

Lessons Learned and Key Takeaways

Proactive risk identification was crucial, combining foresight and preparedness with flexibility in development and design. Establishing a solid foundation for software engineering emerged as a bedrock for stability and quality.

Conclusion: A Transformative Success

In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare technology, our success story reflects the triumph of innovation over challenges. Through meticulous reengineering and redesign, we transformed a previous version of medical device software into a stable, high-quality product.

Our commitment to excellence, proactive risk management, and transparent collaboration not only ensured the success of this transformative project but also paved the way for future endeavors. As we celebrate this milestone, we stand on the brink of the next phase in our journey, driven by a relentless pursuit of innovation, collaboration, and unwavering dedication to engineering excellence.