ALM requirement management demonstrated in a Chip-to-City scenario

Built to handle more than traditional application lifecycle management (ALM), Polarion serves as a requirements and verifications solution. At the beginning of the supply chain, semiconductor and electronics manufacturers design and produce chips and other components that we find in nearly everything - automobiles, medical devices, airplanes, industrial equipment and consumer products. These manufacturers can leverage traditional ALM solutions to build out and validate requirement documentation faster.

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Efficient product design collaboration enables teams to validate and verify sooner


When electronics manufacturers can validate and verify the design and development of products sooner within the process rather than later, they avoid higher costs required with refinement and rework. But how do manufacturers move validation and verification earlier in the design process? With concurrent product design, the collaboration between disciplines can happen at any design phase. Everyone has direct access to the latest data and documentation for requirements, design, verification, changes, and releases.

Watch the webinar to see how teams found success:

  • Integrated system linking requirements to manufacturing improves team speed
  • Unified and planned requirement and verification workflows reduce non-value add tasks
  • Reuse templates and collections of requirements and testing improve team speed

Reuse data and collaborate on a single requirements document seamlessly

Teams can work cohesively on a single requirements document and reuse data effortlessly. From projects, documents, paragraphs, requirements, code, the options to repurpose existing work are nearly endless. When the team can leverage reused items, they're reducing the amount of work, saving time and money in the process.

Offering value with chip-to-city requirements traceability


Requirements traceability is available from the build of integrated circuits (ICs) and system on chips (SoC) through the electronics assembly process to the final use. Manage safety compliance and standards for aerospace (DO-178, DO-254), automotive (ISO 26262, A-Spice), and medical devices (FDA) from component to end system.

Build workflows for effective product variant management


When looking at the effort effective product variant management requires, we need to consider variant combinations, teams, and processes. The business units can vary by industry, product, and variants - resulting in countless variations and deviations. Adding another layer of complexity are the different teams or disciplines working to develop the products. Polarion enables organizations to manage and trace requirements across all development stages, teams and variants.

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