Automotive SPICE v3.0 published !
The WG 13 of the VDA has released Automotive SPICE v3.0 in the context of the VDA Sys Conf on July 16th 2015.
To download and view click here
Use the same link to find further information in the VDA WG 13 presentation slides about the schedule with respect to
- availability of updated Provisional & Competent Assessor training course materials
- qualification of instructors for delivering v3.0 training courses
- EE1 acceptance during the transition period
- assessor (re)-certification during the transition period
2015-10-07-Gate4SPICE Event "Process vs. Product Quality"
On October 7th 2015 EB invites for a Gate4SPICE event to Erlangen. While there is a correlation between a well defined and followed development process and a well constructed product, the question remains open if the sentence "'good' process => 'good' product" is always true.
Last Call for the VDA Automotive SYS Conference 2015
Only three weeks to go for the fifth VDA Automotive SYS Conference!
Check out the highlights of the leading conference for on Quality, Safety and Security for Automotive software-based Systems:
So take your chance to register and meet the intacs team at the conference.
Please get all the important information about the event here.
Intacs and the VDA QMC is looking forward to welcome you in Potsdam!
intacs general meeting
Intacs General Meeting 2015
intacs executive board officially announces the General Meeting to take place in July 15th, 2015 in Potsdam, Start 17.30h
We will have the meeting on the same site as VDA-SYS, similar to last years.
The agenda will be distributed via email. If you are a member and have not received the invitation by June 30th, please report back to intacs office.
We are looking forward to meet you in Potsdam.
TESTSPICE 3.33 IS COMMING SOON
Frankfurt, May 5, 2015: At this year's planning meeting of the TestSPICE SIG (Special Interest Group) important tasks were launched. Hereby, two vital issues - the development of the versions TestSPICE 3.33 and the TestSPICE 4.0 are brought onto the roadmap. Besides of INTACS, the new TestSPICE 3.33 is going to be established as an ISO standard. TestSPICE will enter the world of international standards.