Agile HW/SW co-design of safety-critical solutions: new research opportunities
May 30, 2016, NTNU, Realfagsbygget, rom R54
SINTEF ICT and NTNU is
inviting to a 1-day seminar on agile co-design of hardware and software in safety-critical systems. The expansion of Internet-of-Things (IoT), the increasing importance of high-integrity systems, and the trend of increasing software components in hardware systems open new challenges and opportunities where coordination between HW and SW innovation, design, development and testing becomes crucial and where time to market becomes an even more important competitive factor. Techniques and principles from agile software development may promise opportunities to increase flexibility in requirements management, system design, and safety assessment, and serve as a fundament to better streamline and coordinate hardware and software development.
The workshop has two parts. Part one, before lunch, is dedicated to presenting and discussing the idea of agile co-design. Nancy Van Schooenderwoert will talk about how agile principles may be applied to development of hardware, where well established techniques from software development may enable a more flexible approach to hardware development, including better synchronization with software development. SINTEF and NTNU will present SafeScrum,
an agile process for development and certification of safety systems.
Part two, after lunch, is dedicated to developing ideas of a
new joint R&D project, aiming for funding from the Research Council. Participation in either part is optional.
Agile HW/SW co-design of safety-critical systems
|Simple breakfast and mingle||All||0830-0900|
|Welcome – objective – agenda||SINTEF||0900-0915|
|Keynote: Yes, hardware can be agile||Nancy Van Schooenderwoert (Lean-Agile Partners)||0915-1015|
|Coffe break and mingle||All||1015-1030|
|Product development using SafeScrum||SINTEF/NTNU||1030-1100|
|Research project opportunities (Norges Forskningsråd – Brukerstyrt Innovasjonsarena)
Participation is free of charge.
Registration or questions can be directed to
Geir K. Hanssen, firstname.lastname@example.org, 92492454.