The Right Side of the V
Activities on the right side of the Systems V are not only technically challenging but also important from commercial and regulatory standpoints. This breakout session examines the right side of the V for the electrical design domain, including the implications of EWIS regulations. Technologies introduced address subjects such as sub-system design integration, emergent behavior, requirements traceability, and test case management. These technologies make a key contribution towards a systems approach to platform level engineering.
The development of an efficient bug-free system remains a myth. Testing continues to be a major challenge, if not the most fundamental challenge, in embedded systems development. It consumes the most time...…View Technology Overview
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