The automotive industry is getting more and more complex every day. All companies, nevertheless if OEMs or Tier’s, are operating in VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) world. The systems that we build...
The automotive industry is getting more and more complex every day. All companies, nevertheless if OEMs or Tier’s, are operating in VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) world. The systems that we build are the software-based ones and what we know is that scope, risks, dependencies between components, development and management costs are sky-rocketing. As the expectations and market pressure.
The question is: can we do anything about it? Is implementing Automotive SPICE worth the effort? Maybe local processes are better? Maybe creating well-defined, refined and gold plated processes will be the most optimal approach? Or maybe you “do” agile and there is no place for such thing like “Automotive SPICE”, because “spices” kill your agility?
During the session, we will focus on the benefits and challenges linked to Automotive SPICE deployment. Some myths will be busted, some tips will be given, some questions will be answered.
The session will be hosted by Krzysztof Musial, Lead Quality Consultant at Codelab, who is responsible for the development of many successful Quality Assurance strategies based on Automotive SPICE processes.
The event is part of the Electrification of Automotive & Transportation online conference organized with partners by Avnet Silica, which will provide the latest updates about battery management systems, auxiliary drive systems fans and pumps, main traction inverter, onboard charger, power electronics, security&safety solutions and new innovative semiconductor solutions for 48V mild hybrid vehicles, ℗HEVs, BEVs, trucks, material handling vehicles and e‑bikes.