This year’s CES cemented the fact that the age of driverless vehicles is upon us.
I’m excited to announce Jama Software’s acquisition of Notion, a software-as-a-service analytics provider with reporting…
Public opinion appears to be leaning toward ascribing blame to manufacturers and software engineers.
During a December panel at the Reagan National Defense Forum in Simi Valley, California, moderator Trish Regan of Fox News asks, “Who do you consider to be the biggest threat in terms of having the most cutting-edge technology for their military right now?”
Simple question, right?
I’ve met a lot of folks who have an unhealthy belief in requirements management as the sum total of requirements work needed.
At the second-annual Health++, Stanford’s Health Hackathon, some of the brightest engineering, product design and technology minds in the world came together to put their knowledge and passion to use in an attempt to alleviate some of the world’s heaviest health challenges.
“We’re finding that in some parts of our regulatory portfolio, our traditional approach to overseeing certain health care products does not easily fit the types of innovations that are being developed,” FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D. writes in a recent statement.
Using Jama to manage requirements and JIRA to monitor tasks separately is a totally viable solution for many product companies. Those forward-thinking businesses who take advantage of the powerful integration between the two see much stronger management of complexity, traceability, requirements and progress tracking.
It seems like every day companies make news by unveiling the latest in autonomous driving technology. Here are some recent updates as the world of self-driving vehicles keeps cruising…
Tight timelines. Fewer human resources. Rising costs. These are the top challenges the Consumer Electronics (CE) sector faces when it comes to product development, says new data from VDC Research.
In 2015, ADI chose Jama Software to manage the products it builds and the teams that craft them. For deeper insights, we traveled to San Jose to speak with Grant More, Head of Corporate Systems Engineering at ADI, who told us about the ways ADI utilizes Jama to keep global teams aligned, seize market opportunities and reduce errors in its product development process.
Jama Software offers automotive electronics providers better, faster product definition, change management and functional safety verification.
When developing software for industries with rapidly changing regulatory environments, it’s critical that the platforms used are reliable, but also flexible and rigorous enough to remain compliant as requirements and standards evolve.
Semiconductors are surging. Recently, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) announced that worldwide sales of semiconductors hit $107.9 billion for the third quarter of 2017, making it the industry’s highest-ever quarterly sales and soaring to an increase of 10.2% over the previous quarter.
Exploring strategies companies can use to team up with excellent engineers.
Mounting stress can induce quick, reactionary decision-making that, when it becomes consistent, proves disastrous.
Facing new ISO safety standards, a Fortune 100 semiconductor company enlisted Jama’s development platform knowing it would help it meet its functional safety requirements.