The transition to the software-defined vehicle is causing a significant increase in system and subsystem architecture complexity. There has also been a substantial reduction in time to market, and compliance with standards like ISO26262 and ASPICE has become increasingly critical.

In this free, 60-minute webinar, KPIT’s expert explains how to address some of these challenges by adopting an integrated model-based systems engineering approach, eliminating the need for a costly and iterative defect detection and reworking process.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • Find out how MBSE allows you to reuse data and create a single source of truth
  • Learn how to ensure first time right development through left shift strategy in MBSE
  • Discover how MBSE supports system testing activities
  • Find out how to adopt a feature-driven engineering approach for better variant management
  • Learn how to utilize the tool ecosystem for MBSE to enable distributed development in a connected manner, thereby avoiding information gaps
  • Discover how MBSE-based workflows ensure that ISO26262 and ASPICE best practices are considered
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  • Engineering Technologies
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