Compliance made simple: Engineering lifecycle management in the automotive industry
Attend the IBM Automotive Academy DACH, Ehningen, 18 November 2019
By Christopher Daerr | 1 minute read | November 4, 2019
As the general awareness for sustainability increases, it becomes another emerging dimension that may appear in future compliance audits. The automotive industry, in particular, will likely need to provide proof for ecologically justifiable key indicators in development, production, end product and service. Therefore, the scope of the tests and the effort put in to supply proof of compliance will continue to increase.
This process is no longer manageable with pen and paper. Even well thought out, established processes will quickly get to their limits if a significant portion of the compliance documentation requires manual work. This is especially true as the complexity of the product, and the number of specialists and departments involved increases. The result is an exponential increase in the effort to provide complete verification of the critical properties of the product, the development process and, if necessary, production, disposal and other areas that may play a role in the lifetime of a car.
Learn how to support compliance
On November 18, experts and peers of engineering lifecycle management (ELM) will gather at the Automotive Academy at the IBM Client Center in Ehningen to discuss ways of supporting compliance tests today and how these can help your organization in future. Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and ASPICE (Automotive Software Process Improvement and Capability dEtermination) are just two of the topics which will be covered in detail.
Don’t miss this opportunity to discuss your specific questions with industry and domain experts:
IBM Automotive Academy
18 November 2019
IBM Client Center, IBM Allee 1, 71139 Ehningen
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