After almost five years in development Automotive SPICE 3.0 was released on 16 July. Method Park was involved with intensive reviews in drafting of the new release. We are pleased to present this webinar walking through the changes firsthand.
Among the biggest changes include the division of engineering processes in two new process groups and highlighting the V - model with consistent terms. The presenters will illustrate, what the changes mean for you and your projects. Not only have the management and supporting processes been simplified, but at the same time significantly tightened the traceability requirements. Join us to learn more.
- Automotive SPICE 3.0 What's Changed?
- What are the implications on your projects?
- What measures must be taken to implement Automotive SPICE 3.0?
Bernhard Sechser works at Method Park as a Principal Consultant for SPI and Safety. His work focuses on consulting and training on such topics as functional safety, software and system development processes, implementation of process improvement projects and SPICE assessments. Bernhard Sechser is an intacs ™ Principal Assessor & Instructor (ISO/IEC 15504 and Automotive SPICE®)
Martin Losch, System Engineer with the Polarion Professional Services Team. Martin is a member of the Polarion Software team and manages the customer training modules for all of Polarion Software products. Martin has helped over hundreds of customers implement Polarion Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tools that have improved their organizational processes.