Martin Nappi

Vice President Business Development, Medical Devices and Systems, Green Hills Software

Martin Nappi

Vice President Business Development, Medical Devices and Systems, Green Hills Software

Biography

Green Hills Software is the worldwide leader in embedded safety and security. Our expertise spans multiple industries including: automotive, aerospace, military, industrial control, rail, autonomous transportation, and medical. We have achieved the highest levels of safety and security certifications achievable for each industry we serve. The Green Hills INTEGRITY RTOS was the first and only operating system to be certified by the NSA to EAL 6+ High Robustness achieving the highest level of security ever achieved for any software product. An EAL 6+ High Robustness operating system is certified to protect high value resources at risk of attack from hostile, sophisticated and well-funded attackers. Green Hills Software has been a thriving embedded software business for over 30 years: longer than any other embedded software vendor.

Martin is currently Vice President of Business Development for the Medical Industry and has previously held various leadership positions with Green Hills Software. He was Vice President of EMEA Operations for Green Hills Software for 10 years where he built a team to successfully establish the company across Europe and the Middle East. Martin has served with Advanced Solutions International helping numerous non-profit medical associations to safely build their cloud-based software technology, to manage their business and achieve their important missions. Previous to this he held various Software Engineering positions with Raytheon, Valid Logic Systems, Tektronix, and Exxon Corporation.

Martin has authored numerous published articles on Medical Device Safety and Security in US and Europe. He has spent a substantial amount of time meeting with US Congress to discuss regulatory requirements and certification for life-critical medical devices. He is a graduate of Sylvania Technical Institute, Central New England College, and attended Johnson and Wales University. He is a member of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation and the Army Aviation Association of America.