- I have tried the XP hack (WPA / PosReady) and it does not work. Keep showing normal updates.- From the normal Windows 7, I have started to install Windows PosReady 7 giving to setup.exe and it says that another operating system is detected and it will save it as windows.old, therefore, it does not update it, it is like a clean installation always. -windows-updates-for-windows-embedded-posready-2009-machines
Yes, it is but it's the original XP Embedded SP3 from 2007 with a Full License Key. But both XP embedded builds use Target Designer instead of an Automated Image Build Wizard which is on POSReady2009. If you want to build the original XP embedded here's the full key to do so. QVK9M-JC8PD-9DFW2-Y993W-M8JRQ (This key is from the SuperCars 1.13 OS)
The European Council Directive 93/42/EEC  (Medical Device Directive) covers the placing on the market and putting into service of medical devices. Its Article 1 definition of a medical device includes the software necessary for its proper application, while its Annex IX points out that software, which drives or influences the use of a medical device, automatically falls in the same class as the device itself, both statements mainly referring to software embedded in electronic devices. Only the last amendment 2007/47/EC  of said directive clarifies the software-related requirements by an extension of the so-called essential requirements laid down in Annex I which are applicable to all medical devices regardless of whether they are placed on the market or not. It states that standalone software for diagnostic and/or therapeutic purposes is considered a medical device, and that for medical devices which incorporate or are software, the software must be validated according to the state-of-the-art taking into account the principles of development life-cycle, risk management, validation and verification. As the European state-of-the-art is represented by harmonized standards, this implies the application of the EN ISO 13485 standard  on quality management systems for medical devices, the EN 62304 standard  on medical device software life-cycle processes and the EN ISO 14971 standard  on the application of risk management to medical devices together with the IEC/TR 80002-1 technical report  providing guidance on its application to medical device software (Figure 1). Although medical software has been written and applied for at least three decades, the first edition of the EN 62304 standard harmonized in 2008 is the first standard dealing with standalone software (before, all software fell within the scope of the EN 60601-1-4 standard  on programmable electrical medical systems).
The Heidelberg Ion-Beam Therapy Center (HIT) [8-13] opened in November 2009 is the first hospital-based center in Europe where patients are treated with both protons and carbon ions in active beam application/raster scanning technique . Two treatment rooms are equipped with a fixed horizontal beamline, while a third treatment room has a 360[degrees] rotational beam delivery system (gantry) which moves around the patient. As the Heidelberg University Hospital is not only the operator and user but also the manufacturer of the facility, it is in the position to advance this innovative and sophisticated technology instead of being confined to studying the efficacy of its clinical application at a fixed development stage. One of the core competencies required for this venture is the development of medical software compliant with state-of-the-art standards. Therefore, a pilot project was launched and carried out by a... 2b1af7f3a8