Understanding Automotive SPICE including integration with ISO 26262 and IATF 16949 - Virtual Training

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Course Duration: 3 Days

This three-day course is designed to give the attendee a detailed understanding of Automotive SPICE. The Automotive SPICE Process Assessment Model is used to perform conformant assessments of the software process capability in the development of automotive systems in accordance with the requirements of ISO/IEC 33002.

The results of the assessment are used for the identification of process improvements, and for identifying risks in the quality of a specific product release as well as a criterion for supplier selection.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to apply the evaluation methods used in Automotive SPICE to assess and improve your company’s processes. Methods to integrate Automotive SPICE with both ISO 26262 (Functional Safety) and IATF 16949 (Automotive Quality Management Systems) will be covered in class.

  • Detailed understanding of what Automotive SPICE is and the motivation behind the model
  • Detailed understanding of process capability level 1 (HIS-Scope)
  • Detailed understanding of traceability requirements
  • Understanding of how to evaluate process risks and drive process improvements
  • Understanding of how Automotive SPICE integrates with other standards (ISO 26262 and IATF 16949)

Day One

  • Introduction and Overview
  • What is Automotive SPICE?
  • Process Overview and HIS-Scope
  • Process Structure
  • Breakout Exercise - Project Management (MAN 3)
  • Capability Dimension and Comparison of Levels 1, 2 and 3
  • Understanding Requirements (SYS 2, SW 1)
  • Breakout Exercise - Requirements

Day Two

  • Architecture, Design, and Implementation (SYS 3, SW 2, SW 3)
  • Breakout Exercise - Testing (SW 4, SW 5, SW 6, SYS 4, SYS 5)
  • Automotive SPICE Traceability Requirements
  • Supporting Processes (SUP 8, SUP 9, SUP 10)
  • Breakout Exercise - Quality Assurance (SUP 1)

Day Three

  • Breakout Exercise - Scenario Evaluation
  • Integration of Automotive SPICE with ISO 26262
  • Integration of Automotive SPICE with IATF 16949
  • Breakout Exercise - Scenario Evaluation
  • ASPICE Final Exam

The seminar has been developed for Developers, Test Engineers, Project Managers, and other participants involved with “Development Projects” in the automotive industry. Software Managers, ASPICE Implementers, Internal Auditors, and others who need to understand ASPICE and how to integrate it into their Quality Management or Functional Safety system will find the training helpful.

Each participant will receive a seminar manual including case studies.

Background in “Development Projects”, “Software Development”, “Quality Management Systems”, or “Functional Safety” will be helpful. A basic understanding of Project Management, Quality Management Systems, and Software Engineering Processes is helpful, but not required.

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