This training workshop provides all relevant basics for the consistent and continuous assessment of product quality of embedded systems. Firstly, their quality depends on the application of suitable processes and secondly, on the implementation of specific quality assurance measures. This training shows how the success of individual measures can be quantified and how the results of these measurements continuously info rm product quality. We explain the concepts of ISO 250xx and demonstrat e how to use continuous quality evaluation through specific model-based software development processes and tool chain examples. We establish key aspects pertaining to core development standards ISO 26262 and ASPICE and show how continuous quality monitoring contributes to the implementation of these standards.
This training workshop is also available as an on-site workshop. In this case our instructors can tailor the curriculum to meet your specific needs.
The workshop is targeted towards quality managers and engineers, process managers, as well as developers, testing engineers, project and team leaders, who focus on the quality assurance of embedded software.
Basic concepts of software product quality in compliance with ISO 250xx
Introduction to methods for quality measurement in model-based development of embedded systems
Applying quality models for transparent and sustainable quality assessments
Use cases for quality tracking
Relevant aspects of ISO 26262 and ASPICE compliance
Dr. Heiko Dörr
Heiko Dörr was appointed CEO of Model Engineering Solutions (MES) in Berlin in January 2016, after years of experience as a managing partner. A trailblazer of model-based development from the very beginning, he strives to open new fields for its application. He ensures that the competences within the company are well-aligned to drive quality in all areas in the right direction.
AGENDA - Day 1
Welcoming and introducing participants
Overview: Introduction to software quality concepts
Objectives and structure of the ISO 250xx group of product quality standards
Basic concepts: measurement and quality
Introduction to relevant quality aspects
Challenges of building systems for product quality monitoring
Current examples of quality monitoring systems
Lunch break and open dialog
Basic elements of continuous quality assurance
Dimensions of quality monitoring
Aggregation vs. selection
Handling the heterogeneity of artifacts
Quality and target values
Basic forms of quality measurement
Hands-on: - Defining target values - Defining specific quality metrics
Constructing quality monitoring systems
Alternatives to the design of relevant dimensions - Product structure, quality model, time
Typical IT architectures for building a quality monitoring system
Hands-on: - Creating a product structure for continuous quality monitoring - Designing a quality mode
Continuous quality monitoring to achieve standard conformity
Using quality monitoring for the controlled creation of a safety case in compliance with ISO 26262
Verification of functional safety
Implementation of ASPICE MAN.6
ca. 5 p.m.
End of training workshop