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Auto­mot­ive SPICE — a lux­ury or neces­sity?

Auto­mot­ive SPICE — a lux­ury or neces­sity?

Jan Tecker Siegel Jan Tecker Siegel

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.

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