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Transferring knowledge – Thoughts – Inspiration – Engagement
The Association of German Engineers (VDI) Berlin-Brandenburg in association with microTOOL GmbH cordially invited to the Knowledge Transfer on June 16, 2016. Enrico Fritz, lead consultant at microTOOL GmbH, reported on the challenges involved in developing software and embedded systems.
The software is often essential in requirements engineering—it can mean the difference between success or failure. The International Requirements Engineering Board (IREB e.V.) recommends an established approach with defined steps to help you achieve your goals. Such an approach will allow you to elicit and manage your requirements. The team from the VDI Berlin Brandenburg and microTOOL enjoyed talking about this approach and the relevant tool support.
The ideal approach to developing software and systems
The right approach for tool support
The users’ experience
When developing software and embedded systems it is important to identify connections, analyze stakeholders, partition systems, elicit requirements, evaluate and document. The Requirements Engineering Board (IREB e.V.) recommends an appropriate approach. But how do successful firms behave? How do you identify connections, elicit requirements from stakeholders’ goals or from the architecture of the desired solution.
With Systems Modeling Language (SysML), an extension of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and systems engineering there is a helpful tool with interesting instruments for requirements engineering. The participants also got to know requirements and goal diagrams. And they could also see how lean traceability comes about in the development processes. Without any extra effort and without wasting time and energy. And last but not least, we created specification documents at the click of a button. And all of this with a single tool: objectiF RPM.
And now for a few organizational points
- The event took place on June 16, 2016. It was organized by the VDI Berlin-Brandenburg e.V. in the Reinhardstr. 27b, 10117 Berlin.
- Who was it for? IT managers, project leaders, requirements engineers, CEOs, developers, business analysts and consultants, and anyone interested in software and embedded systems.
- The event run between 18:00 and 20:00.