While the engineered systems are becoming more complex, engineering practices are somewhat left behind based on “document centric” non-digitized practices, where lifecycle activities and disciplines are data silos.
In this webinar we describe how a fully digitized systems engineering process enables the primary objectives of engineering projects: Increasing speed of delivery and innovation, ensuring quality, reducing costs, and demonstrating compliance. We will illustrate how the above foundations are leveraged throughout a systems engineering process, and includes in-process quality, stakeholders visibility and viewpoints for high velocity, full change control and audit trail for effective demonstration of compliance.
We will demonstrate how IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) establishes a holistic digital engineering process, from stakeholder requirements through implementation, based on the following foundations:
- Digital connectivity across all lifecycle artifacts to insure data consistency and traceability compliance
- Model based system design for early functional and architectural verification
- Agile enactment across the entire systems engineering process
- Cross lifecycle digital viewpoints and reporting for full visibility and decision support to all stakeholders
- Fostering reuse across projects and programs for highly effective engineering
IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) is the leading platform for today’s complex product and software development. ELM extends the functionality of standard ALM tools, providing an integrated, end-to-end solution that offers full transparency and traceability across all engineering data. From requirements through testing and deployment, ELM optimizes collaboration and communication across all stakeholders, improving decision- making, productivity and overall product quality.
Presenter: Eran Gery of IBM