Requirements Management

Engineering requirements management is evolving. Are you?

Written by Mark Kovich | August 9, 2019 | Conferences, Events, Requirements Management

Engineering Academy Comes To You in San Ramon, CA on August 28 ...read more


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


IBM Introduces Watson AI for Engineering with Requirements Management Quality Assistant

Written by Maggie Mae Armstrong | February 28, 2019 | AI Assistants, Requirements Management

In today’s age of growing engineering complexity, connected products and the Internet of Things (IoT) are changing the way we live and work. Engineering teams are facing pressure to quickly adapt to the pace of change in nearly every industry, with more data than ever to leverage. Enter artificial intelligence (AI) for engineering.  IBM® is ...read more


Man Plus Machine: IBM Bringing AI to Requirements Management

Written by Stella Liu | November 6, 2018 | AI Assistants, Requirements Management

As today’s systems engineers are faced with an overflow of data and a significant increase in the complexity of systems, IBM is bringing the power of Watson Artificial Intelligence (AI) to help address the need for getting requirements right the first time. Currently in beta, this move will allow engineers to improve their requirements definition ...read more


Test management best practices: How to improve your testing efforts

Written by Chip Davis | September 10, 2018 | Requirements Management

With the growing number of smart and connected products being developed, more and more systems engineers must now deal with the verification and validation of embedded systems. Of course, the smarter those products get, the more complex those testing activities become. At the same time, new regulations constantly come into effect to prevent faulty products reaching ...read more


Are you managing your IoT devices’ software in the right way?

Written by Chris O'Connor | July 31, 2018 | Continuous Engineering, Requirements Management, Systems Engineering

Enterprises today are part of a new world: a software-driven world. And while this new world has brought many great innovations, it is also forcing organizations in all industries to rethink their software development practices, to deliver new features and offerings faster. Those entities that will embrace and incorporate change most effectively, will be the ...read more


Managing Engineering Complexity: Are you ready?

Written by Chris O'Connor | July 19, 2018 | Continuous Engineering, Requirements Management, Systems Engineering

Connected – This is one of the defining words of our world today. We have never been more connected – from the devices we wear on our bodies, to our cars and houses, to the manufacturers who build our things and, lastly, to the outer world where we get to experience the fruits of our ...read more


The cost of failing to plan – why IoT requirements management matters

Written by Steve Shoaf | March 22, 2018 | Blog, Continuous Engineering, Requirements Management

Benjamin Franklin is quoted as saying “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail”. Some 200 years later and that’s never been more true. The Internet of Things (IoT) connects humans and ‘things’, creating better user experiences and greater customer delight. It also brings along the need to manage the requirements that define ...read more


Will designing for planned obsolescence make businesses irrelevant?

Written by Luc Hatlestad | November 27, 2017 | Blog, Continuous Engineering, Requirements Management...

For some time now, product manufacturers have been creating their wares with a mission, in part, of planned obsolescence. Whether it’s a household appliance, a cell phone, a TV, or a laptop, consumers have gotten accustomed to buying the latest model every several years, using it to a point of failure, and discarding it in ...read more