Berlin, 29.10.2014: The ongoing webinar series hosted by Model Engineering Solutions GmbH (MES) provides key information and updates on current concepts and challenges in model-based software development. As always, the focus will be on applications in the automotive industry. The webinars are conducted by MES experts with extensive industry experience; they are held in English and are free of charge. Sessions always conclude with a Q&A round with the webinar host.
The topics covered in upcoming sessions are as follows:
Test specifications, assessments and requirements at a glance
How do you keep an overview of your test project? Do you know how many requirements are being checked with which test? The Requirements Coverage Traceability Framework (RCT), a powerful add-on to the MES Test Manager (MTest), provides the tester with precisely this information. Furthermore the RCT helps you keep an eye on both the progress and quality of your test project by checking existing dependencies between requirements, test specifications, and assessments.
The speaker is Martin Hill, Automotive Software Engineer at MES.
- Tuesday November 11, from 4-5 pm CEST
- Wednesday November 12, from 10-11 am CEST
Migration from MXAM 1.x to MXAM DRIVE 3.x
This webinar will explain the procedure for a quick and easy upgrade from the old version of MES Model Examiner (MXAM) 1.x to the latest version, MES Model Examiner DRIVE (MXAM DRIVE) 3.x, using the MXAM DRIVE Migration Kit that has been specially developed for this purpose. There is a particular focus on the import of self-developed checks and integration into user-specific tool chains.
- Tuesday November 18, from 4-5 pm CEST
- Wednesday November 19, from 10-11 am CEST
What is the right size of software unit?
Highly-integrated, safety-critical software systems should be structured in modules and components referred to as software units. In this webinar Model Engineering Solutions COO Dr. Heiko Dörr shares industry best practices on size and functional definition of software units.
- Tuesday November 25, from 4-5 pm CEST
- Wednesday November 26, from 9-10 am CEST
Do you trust your Excel data?
Do you struggle with maintaining consistent data formats in Excel? The task of keeping a large number of data formats and interface specifications consistent is a very laborious and error-prone one. In this webinar we show you how to expose serious errors in large Excel files using MES Model Examiner DRIVE, and thus achieve consistent data formats. The speaker is Dr. Daniela Weinberg, Senior Software Consultant at MES.
- Tuesday December 09, from 4-5 pm CEST
- Wednesday December 10, from 10-11 am CEST
Register to take part in a webinar on the MES website: http://www.model-engineers.com/en/webinars.html
About MES GmbH: Läuft die Software, fährt das Auto
Model Engineering Solutions GmbH (MES) specializes in integrated quality assurance of embedded automotive software. MES Quality Commander® (MQC) is a dynamic management and control tool for use in software development projects, delivering key decision-making data throughout the product development lifecycle. MES Model Examiner® (MXAM) is the first choice for checking modeling guideline consistency of Simulink®, TargetLink®, and ASCET models. MES Test Manager® perfectly implements requirements-based testing in model-based development and is the optimum solution for unit testing. MES provides tailored consulting and services to companies seeking to introduce or enhance their model-based development processes, to introduce new technologies such as AUTOSAR, or to fulfill standards such as ISO 26262. MES clients include major OEMs and suppliers to the automotive industry worldwide. MES is a TargetLink® Strategic Partner of dSPACE GmbH and a MathWorks and ETAS Product Partner.