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Requirement Tracing for Automotive, Medical Devices, Aerospace

June 7, 2018
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (PDT)
Online Webinar via RingCentral/Zoom
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Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)

Overview Join EDA Direct’s webinar for an Introduction to Application Lifecycle Management using Siemens Polarion solution. Polarion concentrates on cross-platform enterprise applications that are easy to implement and customize, enabling more effective Requirements Management (RM), Quality and Test Management (QA & T), as well as unified Application Lifecycle Management across a broad range of industries including aerospace, automotive, medical device, and systems engineering. Polarion can be used to provide visibility into the full software development process from the ALM side and can be integrated with the {Product Lifecycle Management} side to bring Software Engineers into the loop with their Electrical and Mechanical counterparts, in order to deliver unprecedented productivity gains. Polarion ALM has been qualified for ISO 26262, an internationally recognized functional safety standard, with full compliance to the highest Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL-D).  

What You Will Learn
  •  How Requirements can be managed from the Specifications, Reviewing and Approval process, and Traceability of changes
  • How Quality Assurance can manage Test Planning and Executions as well as Automated Testing and Issue Tracking.
  • How Change Management can be setup with Impact Analysis and Versioning.
  • How Project Management can be reviewed with Release and Iteration planning, Resource Management, and Time Tracking
  • How Variants can be managed to ensure parallel development of several, possibly similar products
  • How Connectors are used in connecting, synchronizing, and mapping of various tools to Polarion

Who Should Attend
  • Engineers - involved in product development design, quality, risk, and resource scheduling.
  • Traditional Resource Management users - needing to maintain their current system, but also needing to expand and implement requirements management across department or enterprise
  • Developers – needing to connect or coexist with traditional RM tool for change management, defect/issue management, test management, or traceability.
  • Managers – seeking to improve efficiencies, collaboration, and reduce costs without upsetting legacy methods, processes, or development cycles.