Products we use every day now have become increasingly software driven, connected and sophisticated. So your engineering process has become exponentially more complex. Consider the automobile, for example. Today’s automobiles require millions of lines of software to operate critical systems like braking, engine performance and collision avoidance. The implementation of more requirements, more dependency on modelling, greater testing as well as increasing global collaboration between teams to cope with customer demands have created new challenges. That’s why I hope you’ll join us 23-25 March at REConf in Munich.
Learn how your engineering teams can tame the most complex products
At REConf, see firsthand how end-to-end, integrated systems and software development solutions can empower your engineering teams. Learn how to apply Garage methodologies and the Enterprise Scaled Agile Framework SAFe® to achieve results quicker and more effectively. In addition to the main conference, you won’t want to miss the chance to go deep on how AI can increase the quality of requirements management. Make plans to attend an in-depth workshop on Monday, 23 March, 2:00 to 6:00 PM.
Lay the foundation for the digital transformation of engineering
AI, advanced analytics and digitization — along with MBSE and digital twin (or digital thread) — enable advanced management of the engineering lifecycle. This unleashes the beauty of data to reveal previously unattainable insights that improve product quality. Regulations and compliance in highly regulated industries across multi-variant designs, systems-of-systems, geographically dispersed teams and multiple supplier networks become much simpler to tackle . So, ultimately, you deliver your products and services at greater speed, lower cost, and higher quality.
Join us at REConf in Munich, 23-25 March to engage with our domain, tools and services experts.
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Original article: The Beauty and the Beast: Insightful engineering at enterprise scale
Author: Christopher Daerr