// Whitepaper: ASPICE compliance

Whitepaper: Customized ASPICE Compliance

Do you see Automotive SPICE as no more than a bureaucratic annoyance?

Then it might be worth your while to take a fresh look at this mandatory quality assurance standard: A proactive approach to Automotive SPICE compliance gives you the opportunity to professionally bench-test your specific processes, methodologies and organizational structures – and the chance to adapt them accordingly. A competent partner can help you attain the required conformity standards quickly, taking your internal and external specifics into account and efficiently boosting benefit potentials for your individual path to digitalization.

 

What to expect in the Whitepaper

This Whitepaper aims to explain the need for an ASPICE-conformant approach throughout classic business processes, its close relationship with the V Model and – importantly – how it can be used to achieve competitive benefits despite or because of growing digitalization within the automotive industry. Also, correct interpretation and need-based use of the ASPICE plug-in concept for the engineering processes can create direct connections to your specific portfolio and organization.

EXTRACTS FROM THE WHITE PAPER

...The automotive industry is experiencing a major phase of change. An important part of this change is the substitution of combustion engine components by electrified components – a topic that’s been on the table so long we have almost come to accept it as the new normal...

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...State-of-the-art software engineering meets immature hardware development and is yet supposed to become a professional unit? Highly complex products that have matured over months and could secure market domination aren’t completed on time and/ or in budget because of a lack of professional project management?...

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...The goal is to assure quality, rather than just survive the assessment. To reach that goal, one should develop a table of external and internal framework conditions and constraints. The external framework is then analyzed and classified with reference to the customer base and the requirements of these customers. Those requirements can be questioned, but in the end they have to be accepted...

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...What level of ASPICE compliance does the client require? What can realistically be achieved, and what does the client officially demand?...

 

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Carolin Adelt

Carolin Adelt

Senior PLM Consultant

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