80% of OEMs believe that the product development process, coupled with ASPICE and functional safety adherence, is crucial to delivering quality products. As an expert, your role will be key to delivering quality products with compliance.
How do you deliver the product to meet the Automotive SPICE expectations if there is no clear know-how roadmap?
We at knot have developed a role-based coaching program that will help you understand the expectations of Automotive SPICE with use cases from OEMs.
Not just another provisional assessor training, but this program is a perfect blend of extensive coaching and a workshop that allows you to understand ASPICE processes. Our unique mind map-based approach helps you implement processes better with ASPICE compliance and customer requirements.
Automotive SPICE Coaching Program for
Product Manager | Architect | Software Engineer | Validation Engineer
Key Takeaways from Knot
for all processes with Knowhow on implementation
Soft Copy of Completion Certificate
Real-time Use Case
from OEM projects for better understanding
on Automotive SPICE V3.1 Model
Work Product Kit
A Glance and Sample Walkthrough
An Overview on Model and Expectations
What Is Included In Our Coaching Program?
An overview on OEM challenges
Introduction to Automotive SPICE - Why and How?
V-model and introduction to VDA scope processes.
Capability levels and expectations from ASPICE v3.1 model.
Element, Component & Unit, Bi-directional traceability, baseline and communication , test plan vs. test strategy.
Joint review of ASPICE standard and the interpretation.
MAN.3 - Project management, SYS.2 - System Requirements Analysis and SYS.3 - System Architecture Design - Overview of Expectations and output work products.
Role based summary for MAN.3, SYS.2 and SYS.3.
SWE.1 - Software Requirements Analysis and SWE.2 - System Architecture Design
Role based summary for SWE.1 and SWE.2.
SWE.3 - Software Detailed Design, SWE.4 Software Unit testing, SWE.5 and 6 - SW Integration, Integration testing + Qualification testing - Overview of Expectations and output work products.
Overview of Support Processes and expectations - SUP.1, SUP.8, SUP.9 and SUP.10.
Assess the Assessor exercise