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Updated version of the Provisional 2010 syllabus uploaded

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please note that we have uploaded an updated version of the Provisional syllabus that will become valid in 2010. Please find the new document  "Syllabus Provisional Assessor - full document v2.1" on the download area. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank all readers who have notified us about the need of change.

New Questionaire

A new questionaire about the ISO/IEC15504 revision is now published on intacs.info. Go to the bottom of the page and vote !

intacs is the leading certification scheme

SPICE DAYS Information

intacs has established itself as the leading scheme in the spice world. No other scheme has by far such a level of industry acceptance as well as the number of certified assessors.

During the Spice Days 2009 Peter Bölter, president of intacs e.V. announced, that intRSA has allmost dropped their buisiness and has no visibility in the market anymore. Former intrsa assessors are invited to sign off their program and get certified in the intacs scheme. This backdoor will be left open until June 2010. Holders of third party certificates are invited to proof their competence to intacs and join the scheme as well.

This step was taken by intacs to give a clear signal to the market of the reliability and continuity. As a not for profit organisation, the main goal of intacs is to supply needed services to the members and support the community in their assessment knowledge.

New AutomotiveSPICE (TM) publications in Japan

Two guide books on Automotive SPICE have been published in Japanese.

1. Automotive SPICE Guide Book - Basic guidebook1 japan

  • Practical implementation of Automotive SPICE in real environment
  • Capability Level 2
  • HIS Scope (15 Processes)
  • ISBN: 978-4-8222-2177-5
  • Released on Mar 02, 2007


2. Automotive SPICE Guide Book - Intermediateguidebook2 japan

  • Practical implementation of Automotive SPICE in real environment
  • Capability Level 3
  • HIS Scope (15 Processes)
  • ISBN: 978-4-8222-2180-5
  • Released on Oct 26, 2007

Both of these books are published by Japanese leading publishing company Nikkei BP. These books are very popular in Japanese Automotive Industry for those who wish to do the process improvement activity based on Automotive SPICE.


iNTACS textbook Automotive SPICE in Practice is available now

Surviving Interpretation and Assessment

Klaus Hoermann, Markus Mueller, Lars Dittmann, Joerg Zimmer

ISBN: 978-1-933952-29-1



Automotive SPICE is a framework for designing and assessing software development processes. If implemented effectively, it leads to better processes and better product quality.

It also helps to improve the cooperation among complex supply chains and between globally distributed development and engineering centers. Automotive SPICE has been derived from the ISO/IEC 15504 standard, also known as SPICE. It has been developed under the Automotive SPICE initiative by the consensus of several major car manufacturers such as Audi, BMW, Ford, Fiat, Daimler, Porsche, Volkswagen, and Volvo. Today, Automotive SPICE has become a standard in the international automotive industry.

This iNTACS textbook with greetings of Alec Dorling is written as a guide to help the reader understand and interpret the requirements of this standard and to implement Automotive SPICE in a real world application environment. It is written for engineers, practitioners, managers, and project managers who need practical guidance in applying or implementing the Automotive SPICE framework in his/her company.

Weiterlesen: iNTACS textbook Automotive SPICE in Practice is available now