Enabling SMART Systems Engineering

Managing Traceability in a software or systems engineering project

Traceability of requirements and other types of artifacts is not only a recommended practice in every project, but it’s also even a mandatory practice in heavily-regulated industries because since it enables a successful change control, leverages impact analysis, and it’s the core of the verification process.

Upcoming course

Where: Online
When: Upcoming
Price: 600€ (excluding VAT)

Goals of the course

  • Review the importance of traceability among different sort of work items
  • Traceability of requirements at different levels
  • Traceability within an MBSE environment
  • Traceability with other types of artifacts
  • Automatic traceability discovery
  • RTM (Requirements Traceability Matrices) and custom reporting

Description

This course introduces the tool TRACEABILITY Studio, as part of the Systems Engineering Suite (© The REUSE Company), and shows how graphical and user friendly it could be to manage traceability in a professional way. The concept of RTM is reviewed in detail, and managed with the tool, as well as other custom reports.

The course also covers the advanced capabilities of the tool to automatically identify missing links as well as other advanced semantic capabilities.

Pre-Requirements / Who should attend

  • Business analysts
  • Project managers
  • Quality managers
  • Systems and software engineers
  • System architects

Outline

  1. Traceability management within the lifecycle
  2. Introduction to TRACEABILITY Studio, and its connection to other tools within the Systems Engineering Suite
  3. Creating a traceability project in TRACEABILITY Studio
  4. Adding connectors, documents, and models to a traceability project
  5. Tracing requirements at different levels
  6. Tracing requirements to other types of elements: needs, risks, models…
  7. Impact analysis with TRACEABILITY Studio
  8. RTM and other traceability reports
  9. The semantic approach of TRACEABILITY Studio
    1. Configuring the semantic engine
    2. Automatic traceability discovery
    3. Suspicious link management based on a semantic approach

Schedule

Duration: 1 day

Timetable: from 9am to 6pm (a break for lunch and two more coffee breaks)

Jose Fuentes

José Fuentes

Teacher

Chief Operating Manager at The REUSE Company

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