Software Reuse in Automotive Engineering
Brett Hillhouse | Global Automotive Leader for IBM AI Applications
Andy Lapping | Technical Enablement Specialist and SME, AI Applications, IBM ELM
Join us live on Thursday, July 28 @ 10 am PT
There are few engineering approaches that have as large an impact on software quality and time to market than engineering for reuse. Most engineers are familiar with reuse from a mechanical platform approach (e.g., Volkswagen's MQB platform).
This 60-minute Webinar will cover the business drivers and the type of results that a software
platform approach can achieve. It will incorporate interactive questions and answers regarding the business and organizational challenges associated with this type of transformation, as well as the engineering processes associated with achieving a common software platform.
The Webinar also will include a live demonstration of how IBM uniquely supports this approach within its Engineering Lifecycle Management suite, showing the advantages of sophisticated configuration management over typical "clone and own" methodologies common in automotive today.
Global Automotive Leader for IBM AI Applications
Mr. Hillhouse is the Global Automotive Leader for IBM AI Applications. His responsibility includes industry and technology strategy, as well customer success for automotive companies around the world. His 25+ years of industry experience includes transformation engagements at global automotive and aerospace OEM's and Tier 1 suppliers. The scope of these engagements include transformation of product development, reuse strategy and implementation, manufacturing 4.0, supply chain management and compliance consulting.
Previously, Mr. Hillhouse has held several industry and leadership positions at IBM and Siemens (formerly SDRC). Mr. Hillhouse holds a BS in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Cornell University.
Technical Enablement Specialist and SME, AI Applications, Engineering Lifecycle Management, IBM
Andy Lapping is an IBM Technical Enablement Specialist and SME for Engineering Lifecycle Management. He has more than 20 years’ experience in model-based systems and software engineering. A subject matter expert in UML and SysML, he is an official content developer for the OMG SysML OSCMP Certification examinations.
Andy is an expert in the application and customization of IBM’s Engineering portfolio and holds a BEng Hons degree in electrical and electronic engineering. Prior to joining IBM via Telelogic and I-Logix, Andy spent 12 years testing and commissioning safety-critical railway signaling systems.
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