UL Solutions, a global leader in applied safety science, today announced its acquisition of Kugler Maag Cie, a German-based provider of process excellence, assessment and training solutions that supports the automotive industry.
As a engineering consultancy for the structured development of automotive electronics, consistent risk management is part of Kugler Maag Cie's identity. To formally document this practiced approach, Kugler Maag Cie has now successfully had itself audited in accordance with the TISAX guidelines.
Data-based microservices will be part of the vehicle industry's business model in the future. One prerequisite for this is data management. The new SPICE-PAM builds a bridge to Automotive SPICE in order to be able to set up and evaluate processes for data and software.
With connectivity, new functions become feasible. So the opportunities are increasing. However, the risks are increasing at the same time. That's why a consistent approach is needed, connected safety. TJ Fox, Verizon's Senior Vice President of IoT and Automotive, outlines how to manage the convergence of systems in this second episode of our podcast.
On the way home, the battery is running low. Stop to recharge? Your car knows your options and gives you tips. Crazy? No, this is just one of many application ideas from BlackBerry's IVY ecosystem. Learn more in the new podcast Kugler Maag Curious.
To encourage the knowledge transfer among experts and to communicate the significance of an integrative approach in the development of mechatronic systems, Kugler Maag Cie is committed to the German systems engineering association.
Open source in the automotive industry: everyone is talking about it, but implementation is still in the stars. We wanted to find out what's going on with the topic with the current State of Practice. Read more in the report on the survey.
Agile development of automotive electronics: The last State of Practice on the subject was five years ago. Time for a review – and a new edition of the Agile State of Practice. What has happened? Could agile approaches deliver what they promised?