Speakers: Ania Gewald-Wilke, Principal Applications & Processes Analyst at Adtran
Alexey Andrianov, Principal Engineer Applications at Adtran
Ania Gewald-Wilke bio: With 13 years of business analysis experience on various platforms, Ania is currently the Principal Applications & Processes Analyst at Adtran. As part of the Global Application Development Team, she is responsible for managing and enhancing applications used within CTO Organization, with a primary focus on Polarion.
Alexey Andrianov bio: Alexey has an impressive 25 years of experience in the IT industry. For the past 13 years, he has been a valuable member of the Global Application Development Team at Adtran, specializing in Polarion ALM. As an experienced consultant, Alexey has gained extensive knowledge of Polarion, knowing all the ins and outs of the system. He has also made significant contributions to the development of several Polarion extensions, including the Interceptor Framework, which have been published on the Polarion Extension Portal. He started working with Polarion at its introduction at ADVA 13 years ago, primarily focusing on requirements management for ADVA. Since then, to a large extent driven by Alexey, Polarion has become widely used worldwide, operating around the clock across various ADVA and now ADTRAN sites.
Abstract: We would like to share our experience and insights on implementing a Time Assignment solution in Polarion. We developed a complex structure of work items and integrated Polarion with several central business applications, including SAP, Salesforce, Agile PLM, and Workday. By automating data synchronization and creating a customized user-friendly Time Sheet Editor, we have streamlined the time assignment process, ensuring accuracy and efficiency. Join us to learn more about our solution.
Speaker: Frans Slothouber, Software engineer at InTraffic
Bio: Software engineer at InTraffic Netherlands. Working for 20+ years on the design, implementation, and testing of track-side and on-board IT systems for the Dutch railways.
Abstract: During the past seven years we developed and got SIL 3 certified two versions of a train speed control system. For this, we made extensive use of Polarion. In this session the method used and lessons learned are presented.
Speakers: Anna Makarova, Functional Safety Manager at Stabilus
Daniel Schartner, Requirements Engineer at Stabilus
Anna functional Safety Manager at Stabilus GmbH Koblenz since 2019, responsible for:
International Tier1/ Tier2 system projects (door and tailgate actuator systems ASIL A). Development of the requirement management system with Polarion since 2022. Implementation of ASPICE Level 1 for in-house ECU development project. Update of Polarion regarding ASPICE requirements including Change Management, Configuration Management, and Defect Management.
Daniel Requirements Engineer at Stabilus GmbH Koblenz since 2022 responsible for: Development and Administration of the requirement management system with Polarion. Implementation of ASPICE Level 1 for in-house ECU development project.
Update of Polarion regarding ASPICE requirements including Change Management, Configuration Management, and Defect Management.
Abstract: ReqIF roundtrip in the supply chain for shared documents between OEM, Tier1, and Tier2 stays the biggest challenge when using different RM tools and addons by the stakeholders. Not only the formatting issues but also loss of information may be a consequence of an unsuccessful roundtrip process. Based on continuous Lessons Learned a major focus is necessary on the set-up of each new customer project for smooth exchange of the development documentation.
Speaker: Matias Beijar, Engineering Planner at Wärtsilä Marine Power
Bio: 16yrs+ with Wärtsilä RDE and Polarion tool owner for Wärtsilä Marine. I’m passionate about helping teams to increase their efficiency in delivering their targets. Father of two girls, enjoys golf, padel, cross-country skiing, and football (as a spectator).
Abstract: How Polarion helps Wärtsilä with product development in a fast-changing world.
Speakers: Giulia Morello, R&D Process and Group Manager at Aurobay
Minal Ladda, Product Owner at Aurobay
Giulia Morello Bio: Worked in the automotive industry and became the youngest manager in the company after having led the Research and Development (R&D) part in separating the powertrain unit from Volvo Cars, and contributing to the creation of Aurobay as a standalone company. Today focuses on R&D processes excellence and on implementing new digital tools to support it, such as Polarion.
Minal Ladda Bio: Over 12 years of experience in software design, development, and system integration. Currently implementing cutting-edge solutions for R&D and Manufacturing users configuring tools such as Polarion & Teamcenter and leading a team of technical experts to lay a solid foundation for digital transformation and business stability.
Abstract: Sharing experience on deploying and moving to a completely new Polarion solution for 400+ people in 8 weeks, from setting of new way of working to training and deployment.
Speakers: Polarion's Product Management Team
Abstract: Polarion Product Management will walk you through all the latest features and improvements of Polarion as well as outline future strategic direction.