AI is transforming the way engineering teams work

Written by Dibbe Edwards | August 8, 2019 | AI Assistants, Engineering, Requirements Management...

IBM helps its customers embrace the necessary and inevitable digital transformation with the deployment of RQA within their Requirements Management solution. RQA uses Watson AI to help engineers improve the quality of their requirements, in real time. ...read more


The Evolution of the Engineering Value Chain

Written by Dibbe Edwards | April 4, 2019 | Engineering, Events

The concept of a “supply chain” is common across many industries: a collaboration between an organization and its suppliers to deliver a product. Historically, supply chains focused on the production aspects and physical attributes of a product. They were simple and linear, with material requests cascading from the primary organization to its suppliers and to their sub suppliers, ...read more


Want to optimize your engineering lifecycle? Come to IoT Exchange to learn how

Written by Dibbe Edwards | March 13, 2019 | Conferences, Systems Engineering

Today's systems engineers are facing mounting pressures to overcome data complexity to stay competitive. The IoT Exchange event in Orlando, 24-26, April 2019 will feature a specialized Engineering Academy that addresses data complexity, leveraging AI and Agile, to optimize the development lifecycle. This new conference combines the best elements of the Agile and Engineering conferences you may have previously attended. ...read more


Connecting hardware and software lifecycles to build the Internet of Things

Written by Dibbe Edwards | February 1, 2018 | Blog

Traditional software development practices and tools can’t scale up to support the accelerated delivery cycles and iterations of products designed for the Internet of Things. You need modern tools and practices designed for the IoT to succeed. In the past, traditional development methodologies were waterfall and led in one direction: from design to deployment, with ...read more


Connected products: development for the IoT age

Written by Dibbe Edwards | January 12, 2017 | Continuous Engineering, Platform, Systems Engineering

The Internet of Things (IoT) is gaining momentum. There is huge potential; Gartner forecasts 21 billion connected things by 20201. McKinsey Global Institute has estimated that “the IoT has a total potential economic impact of $3.9 trillion to $11 trillion a year by 2025”2. We see a lot of learning, playing and experimentation around how to ...read more