The automotive industry is facing dual challenges. The first is electrification — replacing the internal combustion engine with electric motors and batteries. The second challenge involves the simultaneous evolution of autonomous vehicles. Combined, these challenges represent the most significant pivot in the 100+ year history of the automobile industry.
Engineering teams need to be able to manage the simultaneous development of mechanical, electrical and software systems to successfully deliver competitive, high-quality vehicles on time.
Explicitly support process and safety standards, including the ASPICE framework.
Support agile development in systems, software and electrical engineering (EE).
Enable reuse for EE and software through a single architectural platform across all vehicles.
Compliance is growing more complex as cars become more intelligent. IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) Automotive Compliance helps streamline adherence to and derive value from state-of-the-art engineering practices, such as Automotive SPICE and ISO-26262.
IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM), an integrated portfolio of capabilities for systems, Electrical Engineering (EE) and software engineering, provides the ideal foundation for designing and developing increasingly complex products with the greatest speed to market.
IBM IoT Connected Vehicle Insights integrates real-time data about drivers, vehicles and the environment. Streaming data from vehicle sensors and using analytics and AI to understand driver behavior, it links with other information systems in the cloud, such as weather and traffic, to add context and situational awareness.
Working together with IBM, Daimler is pushing the uplift from text-based requirements engineering to model-based systems engineering.
Lumen Freedom manages huge growth and complexity in requirements with IBM requirements solutions.
The automotive component of the IBM Institute for Business Value presents tales of technological reinvention and coming attractions from the future of automotive technology.
Automobile engineering standards such as Automotive Software Performance Improvement and Capability Determination (ASPICE) have never been more important. This page studies ASPICE from multiple perspectives.
Learn how new innovations, software-defined vehicles and cross-domain engineering can drive digital transformation in the automotive industry.
Learn the business drivers and the type of results that a software platform approach can achieve across the development lifecycle. Watch the webinar (link resides outside of ibm.com)
Whether working to design tomorrow’s cars now, striving to streamline manufacturing operations or concepting ways to drive better customer engagement, today’s automakers need advanced solutions, such as these.
Explore solutions to help you scale, improve data transparency, achieve complianceand pursue automation.
Discover various aspects of the IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management solution for systems engineers.
Gain oversight across product lifecycles, collaborate across dispersed teams and infuse AI into product development.