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Using ALM to Drive Automotive Innovation: ASPICE and ISO 26262 Compliance

For years, Intland Software has been working with leading developers of mobility technology at the forefront of automotive innovation. The company’s tools are used by the top 5 German OEMs to ensure process maturity & regulatory compliance. In this webinar, we explore how Intland’s products unify the automotive ecosystem, and how the company’s tools help carmakers and suppliers streamline ASPICE and ISO 26262 compliance. The webinar concludes with a Q&A session.

The webinar's agenda:
-Introducing Intland Software’s footprint & partners in India
-Intland Software’s role in supporting developers of automotive technology
-Flexibility in platforms and business models to suit automotive needs
-Traceability, Compliance, and FUSA with Intland’s ASPICE and ISO 26262 Template
Recorded Apr 22 2021 62 mins
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Andreas Pabinger | Szabolcs Agai | Daniel Jaikumar
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    The webinar’s agenda:

    -Introduction to SOTIF (ISO/PAS 21448:2019) and its relation to ISO 26262
    -Designing and configuring a codeBeamer workspace for SOTIF
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    -Introduction of Intland and codebeamer
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    Software is on the rise. It is the number one topic in the development of new functions within the Automotive industry. The development of software is a constant challenge for OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers. What seems trivial at first glance turns out to be a much greater challenge than many people expect. Falling productivity, increasing communication, declining quality, constantly rising development costs and project delays are omnipresent. Learning from successful companies and industry thought leaders can highly assist in managing complex challenges.

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    Watch this webinar to learn more about collaboration, traceability & transparency, iterative development, and change management in the development of complex safety systems!

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    Watch this Experts Talk webinar with Szabolcs Agai, Intland’s Functional Safety Expert and Quality Consultant. Learn more about the best practices of implementing a fully integrated delivery process from product specification through engineering, software design, and quality documentation all the way to successful compliance audits.


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