Lisandro Pérez Meyer

Lisandro Pérez Meyer

Lisandro Pérez Meyer is a software engineer at ICS, skilled in Debian, Linux and Qt. He has helped to develop a number of successful medical devices, and has experience creating documentation following the IEC 62304 “Medical device software — software lifecycle processes” standard.

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5 Things to Understand Before Building a Linux-Based Embedded Device

Tuesday, August 15, 2023 - 11:57  •  By Lisandro Pérez Meyer, Stephanie Van Ness  •  Linux, embedded systems

Master these elements to successfully move from working prototype to Minimum Viable Product.

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Mirror Dual Displays of Differing Resolutions on i.MX8M-PLUS

Tuesday, July 25, 2023 - 10:47  •  By Lisandro Pérez Meyer, Michael Dingwall  •  Embedded

Discover how ICS addressed a tricky customer requirement around dual displays.

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Is Linux OS the Right Platform for Your Medical Device?

Monday, March 6, 2023 - 13:46  •  By Stephanie Van Ness, Lisandro Pérez Meyer  •  Linux, medical device

If you’re thinking about making the move to Linux for your medtech, here’s a look at some pros and cons.

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How I Run Developer Environments in Docker

Friday, August 26, 2022 - 11:19  •  By Lisandro Pérez Meyer  •  Software Development, Qt Creator

Need to set up an environment with a specific OS, and some specific SDK and/or libraries without cluttering your main system?

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How to Create Reproducible Yocto Environments with Buildah

Friday, November 5, 2021 - 14:43  •  By Lisandro Pérez Meyer  •  Yocto, Qt

A well-organized Yocto environment can help you accelerate time to market with a higher quality product.

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Create a Robust OTA Update Mechanism for Your Remote Devices

Friday, October 15, 2021 - 09:54  •  By Gerardo Stola, Lisandro Pérez Meyer  •  IoT

Secure OTA software updates are essential to improving, maintaining and safeguarding your connected-device fleet.

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