SAE: Transforming Automotive Engineering by Tackling Complexity
Thurs, Feb 25, 2021 at 11:00AM ET
Electrification and ADAS are accelerating product complexity to unmanageable levels. The nexus of this complexity is where software and electrical engineering converge. The problem with current processes and tools is they’re disconnected and discontinuous, creating challenges in single engineering domains and across domains.
This webinar examines how to enable a transformation of automotive engineering through an integrated multi-domain tool chain that supports industry imperatives and offers increased efficiency, automation, and traceability. It discusses the partnership of Siemens and IBM and how they have worked together to connect cross-domain processes, information, and tools, especially between systems, electrical, and software engineering.
Join us to learn how to:
Simplify wiring, reduce ECUs, & increase functionality & flexibility Optimize vehicle cost & weight Iimprove quality while reducing warranty costs driven by software & electrical engineering incompatibilities Establish traceability to drive a design path for safety-critical functions Enable a shared & common set of requirements Leverage & extend existing investments efficiently
This page provides an overview of the method configurations (process assets) for IBM Solutions.
An IBM® Solution consists of a specific set of IBM tools and associated method configurations that have been developed and tested together to provide a complete lifecycle management solution for a particular domain.
Solution assets are available for:
IBM Solutions for IT
Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD)
IBM Solution for Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM)
The practice mappings to standards (DO-178B/C, EN 50128,ISO-26262, DoDAF) provided here can be used to help Licensee meet compliance obligations, which may be based on laws, regulations, standards or additional practices. Any directions, suggested usage, or guidance provided by the practice mapping does not constitute legal, accounting, or other professional advice, and Licensee is cautioned to obtain its own legal or other expert counsel. Licensee is solely responsible for ensuring that Licensee and Licensee's activities, applications and systems comply with all applicable laws, regulations, standards and practices. Use of this practice mapping does not guarantee compliance with any law, regulation, standard or additional practice.
The IBM Solution for Agile ELM with Scrum can be used to accelerate the adoption of Scrum, leveraging the automation of Engineering Workflow Management to manage key Scrum artifacts (Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog) and to support key Scrum events (sprint planning, daily scrum, sprint reviews and retrospectives). It provides specialized capabilities for agile team members that improve individual productivity in an integrated environment that maximizes visibility and collaboration. With this solution, governance is “baked in” with templates, process enactment support and in-context guidance that get customers up and running quickly, as well as support for day-to-day usage. If combining this solution with other practices, see How to compose Scrum and other IBM Practices.
The IBM Solution for SAFe(r) can be used to accelerate the adoption of SAFe, leveraging the automation of Engineering Workflow Management to manage key SAFe artifacts (such as Epics, Themes, and Features) and to support key events (such as Kanbans, planning sessions, and retrospectives). With this solution, governance is “baked in” with templates, process enactment support and in-context guidance that get customers up and running quickly, as well as support for day-to-day usage.
EWM 7.0.1 Process Template – available out-of-the-box, links to jazz.net content for process guidance.
3.2 IBM Solutions for Systems Engineering
The following entries are solutions for Systems Engineering.
3.2.1 IBM Solution for Systems and Software Engineering
This solution provides a proven set of best practices for the execution of the Systems development lifecycle. The scope of these practices covers both systems engineering and embedded software development. They have been developed to support incremental adoption, thereby accelerating the adoption of common process support, practices and tools so as to reduce the time to value for the client's process improvement initiatives. The provided configurations cover the Model-Driven Systems Development, Requirements-Driven Engineering and Real-Time areas, and include guidance for both traditional and agile development. More information.
3.2.2 IBM Solution for Aerospace and Defense – DO-178B/C
The IBM Solution for Aerospace and Defense – DO-178B/C is a set of best practices to help organizations develop products for certification under the DO-178B and DO-178C safety critical standards. The scope of these practices covers the 5 main processes described by DO-178B/C, concerning Planning, Development, Verification, Configuration Management and Quality Assurance. They have been developed to support incremental adoption, thereby accelerating the adoption of common process support, practices and tools so as to reduce the time to value for the client's process improvement initiatives. More information.
3.2.3 IBM Solution for Automotive Engineering – ISO-26262
The IBM Solution for Automotive Engineering – ISO-26262 is a set of best practices to help organizations develop products that must comply with the ISO-26262 functional safety standard. The scope of these practices covers areas that are described by ISO-26262, relating to management of functional safety, concept, system engineering, and software development. They have been developed to support the incremental adoption of process, practices and tools, thereby reducing the time to value for process improvement initiatives. More information.
3.2.4 IBM ELM Automotive Compliance
This solution is intended to facilitate setup and use of IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) for the automotive industry. This process web site is an example defined process of a fictional automotive company, the JK Automotive Process (JKAP), which implements a systems engineering process using the agile process model Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). The process was designed with ASPICE base practices in mind. The solution consists of:
Solution Web site
ELM templates and reports
The MEC library, templates, and reports are available from your IBM seller as a separately licensed offering.
3.2.5 IBM Solution for Medical Devices
The IBM Solution for Medical Device Development provides support for Design Control, IEC 62304 and Intended Use Validation. Design Control provides delivery processes, work tasks, work products, process roles and guidance that support the objectives, plans, tasks, and work products described and specified by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Design Control Guidance for Medical Device Manufacturers. This mapping aids the development of devices that are intended to be developed, sold or used in the United States and other jurisdictions by providing links between the standard and the process assets that are represented within the Rational Practice library and processes. Specific guidance is given on the application of IEC 62304 which covers software development processes for medical devices. Support is provided for customers to carry out Intended Use Validation of DOORS in the context of their processes. More information.
3.2.6 IBM Solution for Aerospace and Defense – DoDAF
The IBM Solution for Aerospace and Defense – DoDAF (Department of Defense Architecture Framework) is a set of best practices to help organizations develop architectures with DoDAF. The scope of these practices covers many DoDAF work products and specific work flows to improve communication and collaboration between all stake holders in the supply chain who are developing large scale complex systems of systems. The content also has been developed to support incremental adoption, thereby accelerating the adoption of common process support, practices, and tools so as to reduce the time to value for the client's process improvement initiatives. More information.
This website includes the practices and the main workflows for Electronic Design with a focus on the high-level modeling of electronic system design and the design management of analog IP Blocks. This content will be of value to teams that face more multisite, multiparty, day-to-day operations for complex design activities. These capabilities help teams communicate and collaborate consistently, save time, and reduce errors and rework. By reducing engineering costs and cycle time, and by increasing design accuracy, more time will be made available for innovation and analog creativity, with the goal to drive quality and differentiation. More information.
3.2.8 IBM Solution for Rail Engineering – CENELEC EN 50128 (beta)
The IBM Solution for Rail Engineering – CENELEC EN 50128 is a set of best practices to help organizations develop products for certification under the EN 50128 safety critical standards. The scope of these practices covers the objectives, plans, tasks, and work products described and specified by the EN 50128 standard They have been developed to support incremental adoption, thereby accelerating the adoption of common process support, practices and tools so as to reduce the time to value for the client's process improvement initiatives. More information.
This solution describes an approach for facilitating reuse in large-scale product line development. It includes the concepts behind strategic reuse, and and guidance for how to evaluate and incorporate reuse into existing practices. It also includes guidance for using IBM products (Global Configuration Management, DOORS® Next, Engineering Test Management) as part of an overall solution. This solution is intended to guide users to add strategic reuse into their processes, it does not include a complete process solution. More information.
MEC Process Template – N/A. See instructions in the Solution Web site for work item templates.
MEC library content – Not available.
07/15/2020 Updated assets to MEC 7.6.1 and ELM 7.0.1. Removed ISO 26262 solution, which is being merged into the Automotive Compliance offering.
03/20/2020 Updated library to use new product names, fix broken links, and consolidate latest SAFe solution content. Updated the page to use new product names. Replaced reference to ASPICE solution to refer to the new offering that is separately purchaseable.
08/26/2018 Updated library to remove obsolete content (no-longer-sold tools), fixed errors, and included SAFe configuration.
07/26/2018 Updated assets to RTC 7.0.1 and RMC 7.5.3
03/14/2017 Added the IBM Rational Solution for SAFe(r)
07/17/2015 Added the IBM Rational Solution for Strategic Reuse
06/09/2015 Added the IBM Rational Solution for Automotive Engineering – HIS ASPICE (Beta)
01/30/2014 Made the following updates: IBM Rational Solution for Rail Engineering – CENELEC EN 50128 (beta) – New IBM Rational Solution for Systems and Software Engineering – Released 18.104.22.168 version of the library (contains the Rational Method Composer plug-ins for the systems engineering solutions). – Updated war file for “Agile Embedded”
11/01/2013 Made the following updates: IBM Rational Solution for Systems and Software Engineering – New content for Agile for Systems – New guidelines for DOORS NG IBM Rational Solution for Medical Devices – New content for Agile. IBM Rational Solution for Electronic Design – New content for Enhanced Defect Tracking IBM Rational Solution for Aerospace and Defense – DO-178B/C – prerelease WAR file upgraded to “released” IBM Rational Solution for Automotive Engineering – ISO-26262 – prerelease WAR file upgraded to “released”
8/12/2013 Added the library for the IBM Rational Solution for Agile ALM with Scrum
6/21/2013 Added new war files for the IBM Rational Solution for Aerospace and Defense – DO-178B/C and the IBM Rational Solution for Automotive Engineering – ISO-26262
5/31/2013 Added the IBM Rational Solution for Agile ALM with Scrum.
1/31/2013 Updated the Systems Solution Library to include the “IBM Rational Solution for Electronic Design” and the “IBM Rational Solution for Aerospace and Defense – DODAF”. These were previously only available in published form.
To browse the published content, you need a web server capable of deploying WAR files. Engineering Workflow Management includes a web server that can be used for this purpose.
To customize the Solution Web site, you require Engineering Method Composer version 7.6 or later. You also require a Engineering Method Composer reader license for each user who browses the customized Solution Web site.
Browsing the solution
The .war file for each solution is intended for deployment to a web server. However, if you just want to browse the web site locally on your computer, you can do so. A .war file can be renamed as a .zip file and extracted with standard utilities. To browse the unzipped website, open the index.htm file in the top folder with your browser. Some browsers may have issues with file-based browsing.
2. Browse the Solution Web site, which is deployed at https://<server_name>:<port>/<application_name>.
For example, if you have installed the Jazz server on your local computer and deployed the clm.war file, then you can browse this site: localhost:9443/clm
Importing the EWM Process Template
See Importing Process Templates. After importing the process template, you can create project areas based on the template. The process templates include work item templates which link to the Solution Web site for process guidance. The links work only if the Solution Web site and EWM have been deployed on the same Jazz server. If the Solution Web site was deployed with a different context URL, you can either export and modify the work item template XML, or generate new work item templates as described below.
Customizing the Solution using Engineering Method Composer (MEC)
When using content from this library, you must have an Engineering Method Composer Content Reader license for each reader of the content. For details, refer to the Engineering Method Composer license agreement.
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