_SPICE Models

This area organizes spice compliant PRM and PAM

Nach langer Arbeit ist - ein Jahr später als geplant- Die Version 4.0 von TestSPICE endlich freigegeben.

Wesentliche Neuerungen:

Komplette Abdeckung von ISO/IEC 29119

Vollständige Skalierbarkeit von Assessments durch neue Prozessarchitektur

Komplettierung der Agile Extention

Here you can download the complate PAM: TestSPICE V4.0

Was kommt als nächstes:

Ein neues Zertifizierungsschema für TestSPICE Assessoren,

Ein neues Training für TestSPICE Provisional und Competent Assessoren.

Für die TestSPICE SIG

Tomas Schweigert

We present the new version of intacs SPICE for Mechanical Engineering.

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Mechanical SPICE V1.8
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We present intacs SPICE for Mechanical Engineering - now with a Japanese translation.

The Japanese translation of ME SPICE shows the worldwide interest in this guideline.

SPICE for Mechanical Engineering Release 1.7-Japanese

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As an intacs working group we are currently trying to answer the growing demand of agile teams on how to implement AutomotiveSPICE(r) in an agile environment. We started to bridge MAN.3 by creating practices for Agile Work Management. Get a sneak preview on the base practices and participate in the workgroup!

We present the new version of intacs SPICE for Mechanical Engineering.

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New intacs SPICE for Mechanical Engineering Release 1.7

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SPICE for Mechanical Engineering

The Process Assessment Model SPICE for Mechanical Engineering Version 1.8 is available for public review and usage.

Mechanical SPICE V1.8
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Any comments and hints are welcome. Please use the Ticket System.

Scope
The mechanical engineering processes define a process set for the development of pure mechanical systems (e.g. steering columns) and mechanical components (e.g. screws). These are linked to Automotive SPICE according to the Plug-In Concept defined in Automotive SPICE v3.1.
Interfaces to the following processes are covered:

  • Mechatronic processes (SYS.X)
  • Production
  • Test environment development

The entire development of production processes is not covered.
Management and supporting processes as well as generic practices of Automotive SPICE shall be used as defined in the Automotive SPICE PAM v3.0 but have to be adapted to a mechanical context.

Acknowledgement
This process model was created by the intacs working group SPICE for Mechanical Development whose work was only made possible by the kind contribution of the following companies and particularly their employees involved.

  • Brose Fahrzeugteile GmbH & Co. KG
  • Conti Temic microelectronic GmbH
  • F+S Fleckner und Simon Informationstechnik GmbH
  • Hilti AG
  • KUGLER MAAG CIE GmbH
  • Mando Corporation Europe GmbH
  • Robert Bosch GmbH
  • ZF Friedrichshafen AG

The members of the working group would especially thank all the reviewers of the standard whose valuable input helped to increase the quality of the model for its initial release.