Setting up requirements management to reduce incremental development time
Aerospace is a sector with a massive amount of requirements, which require a very structured approach. Hans will discuss how to sort and allocate the large amount of requirements and translate them into a more manageable set. He will address how these can be set up in the IBM Rational DOORS requirements management system in such a way to will achieve maximum reuse for incremental and modular design and in effect reduce development time and risk. Furthermore he will share the challenges that are to be expected during requirements management. If you are facing a similar task or would like to exchange experiences and ideas join us!
Over de spreker:
Hans Huijsing started as an electrical engineer at Chess Embedded, where he worked on highly innovative, industrial projects and learned the necessity and value of qualitative requirements on fixed price projects. Later he working in the racing industry to learn more on product development and gained knowledge of modular design and incremental development. At the moment Hans is employed by Rockwell Collins (former B/E Aerospace), where he introduced system engineering and has shown how the fast set of requirements can be translated to all disciplines within a development project. Currently employed as engineering project lead he applies the system engineering techniques across projects to increase development efficiency and shorten development time.
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