In this post, we applaud Volkswagon and Argo AI for their plan to launch a self-driving electric taxi by 2025.
Boeing will provide additional solar arrays in order to augmented power supply to enhance station’s health and enable more research.
As part of our spotlight series, in this post we applaud Arteris IP, whose network-on-chip interconnect IP continues to push the limits on innovation in the semiconductor space.
Medical device manufacturers have a lot to keep track of these days. Between ongoing device development and preparing for the impending EU MDR, it’s more important than ever to maximize every partnership.
Editor’s Note: This post about moving beyond legacy systems for requirements management was originally published here on DevOps.com May 12, 2020, and was written by Josh Turpin, Chief Product Officer at Jama Software. We’re always proud to share great thought leadership and this informative post from one of our own is no exception! Getting Past […]
Rimac Automobili’s innovation and success have supercharged its growth. To manage its rapidly-growing, complex large-scale systems for automotive development, the pioneering company turned to Jama Connect.
Never before have so many automotive engineers been tasked with creating such complex vehicles at scale without a clear, industry-standard roadmap to reduce excessive risk and certify safety.
There’s no slowing the speed of innovation, but not every company will be able to keep up in the future. In particular, those still laboring under an antiquated development process will increasingly find it difficult to compete.
Whether you’re just entering the automotive market or looking to improve your development process, you’ll need to become extremely familiar with the ISO 26262 standard. There are plenty of updates to sort through in the ISO 26262 2018 version, from building motorcycles to providing more guidance for the semiconductor industry.
As 2019 gets further underway, we’re thinking about the changes we can expect from the requirements management space this year. To get a feel for requirements management trends in 2019 and beyond, we spoke with three requirements experts at Jama Software.