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Aug 24, 2017 Benefits of Requirements Management for FPGA Projects (US)

Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT

Abstract;

Requirements are the source of all others activities in a project lifecycle. Functional specification is the major part of a business contract. It is also proven that late discovered errors and shortcomings are very expensive to repair.

Enabling requirements management process in your organization definitely increases product quality and helps meet safety standards. However the most valuable benefit is saving of time and cost of project. This webinar reminds how to get business benefits from the effective and professional requirements management process.


Agenda:

 

  • What does Requirements Management for FPGA Projects mean?
  • What are the benefits of the Requirements Management Process?
  • Is your current process a professional Requirement Management Process?
  • For what reasons are requirements not managed?
  • How can a Requirements Management tool help?
  • Spec-TRACER™ demo
  • Conclusion
  • Q&A

Presenter Bio:

Janusz Kitel is a Requirements Management Specialist at Aldec.  He is responsible for the Spec-TRACER product line. Janusz has 5 years of experience in requirements engineering and over 10 years of experience in product quality assurance. He received his M.S. in Electronics and Telecommunication from Silesian University of Technology and increased his knowledge of software engineering from complementary studies at AGH University of Science and Technology (Poland). His practical engineering experience includes areas in functional verification, DO-254 compliance and software development.

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