Online Training: Collaborative Development of E/E Systems
Course number: 01DP004
In the VDI Online Training ‘Collaborative Development of E/E Systems’, in addition to learning about the fundamental steps of the vehicle development process, you will learn about the primary responsibilities of OEMs and suppliers and how these are involved in the development of E/E systems with a division of labor. On top of that, you will engage with the role AUTOSAR plays in the division of labor and how software development is defined by AUTOSAR organization and methodology.
Developments in the area of E/E primarily happen based on the division of labor
The increase of scope of software and E/E has had a substantial influence on vehicle structure, system complexity and the costs of the entire E/E system as a whole. This increase affects all aspects of E/E development as well as all other areas of vehicle development. Consequently, this leads to various changes within the product development process and all phases of the vehicle life cycle. This change is connected to numerous challenges for OEMs and suppliers. The development of the area of E/E is primarily marked by a division of labor and implemented with a top-down approach with consideration paid to OEMs and various automotive suppliers. This makes a fundamental understanding of development with division of labor in E/E systems integral in order to keep pace with current changes in the automotive industry.
The Developing E/E Systems with a Division of Labor online training, which lasts about 30 minutes, will teach you about the influence that software development with division of labor has on product life cycles of E/E systems. You will also learn about how division of labor could look in the future and about the AUTOSAR methodology.
Combine further online trainings and become a VDI Certified Professional
The ‘Collaborative Development of E/E Systems’ Online Training is part of the Automotive Software Project Management digital course (Technical Online Courses), which consists of 10 online training modules. This Online Training is suitable for career and cross-starters as well as other professionals who seek to get into this topic. The course will give you a fundamental introduction and understanding to help you to professionally manage agile software projects involving connected vehicles. You will learn about relevant process models for software development and how to apply them. Once you have completed all 10 online training modules and have passed the exam, you will be awarded the VDI-Certified Professional for Automotive Software Project Management certificate.
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The ‘Collaborative Development of E/E Systems’ Online Training Course includes the following learning objectives:
- Fundamental steps of the vehicle development process
- Product development/product life cycles with E/E systems in cars
- Collaborative Development of E/E systems with a division of labor between OEMs and automotive suppliers
- The toll of AUTOSAR and AUTOSAR methodology in software development
Who should take part?
The VDI Automotive Software Project Management Technical Online Course, with its Developing E/E Systems with a Division of Labor learning unit is aimed at professionals and managers in the automotive and electrical engineering industry, who work in E/E systems and software development. In particular:
- Beginners and cross-starters in E/E systems
- Development engineers
- Project leaders and managers
- Organization developers
- Employees in software and consulting companies
Who has devised this learning unit?
Dr. Marko Conrad is CTO und Functional Safety Consultant in the area of functional safety at engineering consulting company samoconsult GmbH and works as a guest lecturer in the area of computer science at the Technical University of Dresden and Munich. He has developed the content of this learning unit and worked on the concept for the online module. His research specialties include Automotive Software Engineering, Functional Safety as well as Model-based Development & Testing.