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How to Optimize Supply Chain Collaboration
The Road to a Unified Automotive Value Stream
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Meet the presenters
Adam Somorjai
Pre-Sales Consultant, Intland Software
Trevor Bruner
Sr. Product Manager, Tasktop
Automobile Change and Challenge
80’s 90’s 00’s 10’s
Electronic Parts
100m lines of code
(software)
Car Component Parts
https://www.cbinsights.com/research/startups-drive-auto-industry-disruption/
Automotive ecosystems are challenging
● Little collaboration between teams and tools involved
● Multiple vendors working o...
It’s always the same question
software faster?How do we deliverRIGHT
s
Feature Team Architecture Team
Security Team
Testing Team
Product UX / UI
Security
QA
Cross Functional Feature Team
Development
Feature Teams
Product UX / UI
Security
QA
Development
Feature Team 1 Feature Team 2 Feature Team 3
Compliance in Automotive Development
● Integrate the lifecycles of hardware, software,
service components
● ISO 26262 (Roa...
● Lifecycle-wide consistency, transparency and traceability from high-level
requirements down to source code
● Mature deve...
codeBeamer ALM for Automotive Compliance
● Intland’s Automotive ISO 26262 & ASPICE Template
● Platform of collaboration fo...
codeBeamer ALM covers the entire
lifecycle:
● Requirements Management
● Risk Management
● QA & Testing
● … and more
ISO 26...
ASPICE compliance with Intland’s
Automotive ISO 26262 and ASPICE
Template:
● Traceability automatically
guaranteed
● Suspe...
Suspected Links and SIL Levels
Demo
The Road to a Unified Automotive Value Stream
• Multiple vendors and teams is inevitable
• There will be different tools u...
Questions?
Contact Intland: www.intland.com/contact
Contact Tasktop: go.tasktop.com/contact-us
More information about the ...
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During this webinar, Trevor Bruner, Sr. Product Manager at Tasktop and Adam Somorjai, Pre-sales Consultant at Intland Software, explain how your organization can boost collaboration between teams, minimize budget and time waste, and ensure fast delivery of high quality software by:

Synchronizing system critical data between systems while retaining relationship and context information
Unifying a multi-tier development scenario using a single central management platform
Ensuring compliance with ISO 26262 using codeBeamer ALM’s preconfigured automotive template

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How to Optimize Supply Chain Collaboration: The Road to a Unified Automotive Value Stream

  1. 1. How to Optimize Supply Chain Collaboration The Road to a Unified Automotive Value Stream
  2. 2. GoToWebinar Housekeeping Check your email tomorrow for recording and slides. If you are having technical problems, please contact GoToWebinar: Toll-Free: (855) 202-7959 Long Distance: (805) 617-7049 *United States Numbers
  3. 3. Meet the presenters Adam Somorjai Pre-Sales Consultant, Intland Software Trevor Bruner Sr. Product Manager, Tasktop
  4. 4. Automobile Change and Challenge 80’s 90’s 00’s 10’s Electronic Parts 100m lines of code (software) Car Component Parts
  5. 5. https://www.cbinsights.com/research/startups-drive-auto-industry-disruption/
  6. 6. Automotive ecosystems are challenging ● Little collaboration between teams and tools involved ● Multiple vendors working on single vehicle ● Processes do not provide enough visibility or traceability ● ISO 26262 and ASPICE
  7. 7. It’s always the same question software faster?How do we deliverRIGHT
  8. 8. s
  9. 9. Feature Team Architecture Team Security Team Testing Team
  10. 10. Product UX / UI Security QA Cross Functional Feature Team Development
  11. 11. Feature Teams Product UX / UI Security QA Development Feature Team 1 Feature Team 2 Feature Team 3
  12. 12. Compliance in Automotive Development ● Integrate the lifecycles of hardware, software, service components ● ISO 26262 (Road vehicles – Functional safety) ● IEC 61508 (Functional Safety of Electrical/Electronic/Programmable Electronic Safety-related Systems) ● Automotive SPICE (Software Process Improvement and Capability Determination) ● Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)
  13. 13. ● Lifecycle-wide consistency, transparency and traceability from high-level requirements down to source code ● Mature development processes ● Risk Management & QA lifecycle ● Documentation Compliance Requirements of Automotive Standards
  14. 14. codeBeamer ALM for Automotive Compliance ● Intland’s Automotive ISO 26262 & ASPICE Template ● Platform of collaboration for all stakeholders ● Integrations: ReqIF, DOORS, JIRA, Enterprise Architect, MATLAB Simulink, Word/Excel, etc. ● Process visibility, workflows with mature processes for compliance ● Gapless end-to-end traceability ● Security features, approval workflows ● Risk management and FMEA ● Quality Assurance & Testing, validation ● Audit preparation, wiki & document management
  15. 15. codeBeamer ALM covers the entire lifecycle: ● Requirements Management ● Risk Management ● QA & Testing ● … and more ISO 26262 & ASPICE Compliance with codeBeamer ALM
  16. 16. ASPICE compliance with Intland’s Automotive ISO 26262 and ASPICE Template: ● Traceability automatically guaranteed ● Suspected links ● Consistency check ISO 26262 & ASPICE Compliance with codeBeamer ALM
  17. 17. Suspected Links and SIL Levels
  18. 18. Demo
  19. 19. The Road to a Unified Automotive Value Stream • Multiple vendors and teams is inevitable • There will be different tools used across teams • For successful supply chain optimization, you need collaboration, visibility, and traceability.
  20. 20. Questions? Contact Intland: www.intland.com/contact Contact Tasktop: go.tasktop.com/contact-us More information about the codeBeamer - Tasktop integration: www.tasktop.com/integrations/codebeamer Free 30 day trial of codeBeamer ALM: www.intland.com/download-codebeamer
  • HiroshiISHIDA5

    Mar. 18, 2019

During this webinar, Trevor Bruner, Sr. Product Manager at Tasktop and Adam Somorjai, Pre-sales Consultant at Intland Software, explain how your organization can boost collaboration between teams, minimize budget and time waste, and ensure fast delivery of high quality software by: Synchronizing system critical data between systems while retaining relationship and context information Unifying a multi-tier development scenario using a single central management platform Ensuring compliance with ISO 26262 using codeBeamer ALM’s preconfigured automotive template

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