As a Master of Science graduate in biomedical engineering and a software developer, Ronny Stoll has described, designed and programmed various software projects in the field of medical devices for several years. With his wide-ranging project experience in embedded, desktop, server and mobile application development, as well as in the preparation of the necessary documentation for approval countries, Mr. Stoll acts as a link between the worlds of research and development and quality and regulatory affairs.
Leveraging this expertise, Mr. Stoll has been advising and supporting NSF PROSYSTEM clients for more than 10 years in numerous projects for development and approval in Europe, the United States and worldwide, as well as in the implementation and optimization of quality management systems, the performance of audits (as a certified lead auditor for ISO 13485), the preparation of technical documentation for Class I to III products, and strategic corporate decisions.
In order to exchange and share experience with the industry at large, he serves as an active member of standardization committees at the national and international levels in the areas of software, security and artificial intelligence. In addition, Mr. Stoll passes on his project experience as a lecturer at TÜV SÜD Academy, DIN and the NSF PROSYSTEM Academy on numerous topics, such as cybersecurity, software as a medical device, process and software validation, quality management systems, and risk management.