Systems Engineering aligned with Safety, Security and SPICE
In system development, it is becoming increasingly important to focus not only on the individual disciplines but also on the interactions between them. Only with the help of a holistic system approach increasingly complex products can be reliably developed with high quality, on time and within budget.
This training provides you with an overview of all relevant development processes for mechatronic products in the automotive sector as well as the associated challenges and problems. You will learn about the tasks of the individual development areas and how these areas interact. The focus is on the practical approach in everyday projects.
You will learn which requirements for system development result from ISO 15288, Automotive SPICE®, Hardware and Mechanical SPICE, ISO 26262 as well as ISO 21434. For each development step, you will learn in concrete and practical terms how these requirements can be implemented methodically, efficiently and profitably.
In addition, you will learn about the distinction between the overall system and the individual disciplines of software, hardware, and mechanics, the difference between system and product, and the importance of management and support processes in the project. Finally, we will outline the latest trends in systems engineering for you.
The contents are vividly conveyed using an end-to-end product example.
The training is conducted as flexible as possible within the given time and scope constraints in order to respond to the special wishes and requirements of the participants. The instructor keeps the training interesting by presenting lots of practical examples from his own experience, as well by conducting a variety of group works.
Duration: 3 days
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