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Evolution of Automotive System Requirements - The Increased Need for Collaborative Design Management


Evolution of Automotive System Requirements — The Increased Need for Collaborative Design Management

Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Time: 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
Duration: One Hour

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Overview

In recent years, automotive systems have grown increasingly complex as electronic control units define a greater percentage of vehicle functionality and end-product differentiation. To maintain schedule adherence and satisfy complex development requirements, engineering organizations are increasingly turning toward software and system lifecycle management solutions as a means of promoting efficiencies and synergies in their development process.

The complexity and rising popularity of standards, such as AUTOSAR and GENIVI are driving more automotive system manufacturers to improve their current development processes. One way organizations are attempting this is through the use of commercial modeling tools that promote the modularity, traceability, and reusability of the assets under development. Engineering organizations will need to evaluate additional products and methodologies that enable collaboration between engineering groups, manage levels of abstraction, and support any development efficiencies. This webinar discusses how these tools deliver enhanced collaboration to automotive engineering teams.

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Featured Speaker:

Christopher Rommel:  — Vice President, Embedded Software & Hardware, VDC Research


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