Polarion Software is attracting increasing numbers of people to the free webcasts and webinars we offer every month that provide valuable insights and practical info for people working in the industries and disciplines we serve with Polarion's application lifecycle management solutions, often from people working in those areas. One bit of feedback we sometimes get from new attendees goes something like: "I thought the sessions would only be useful if you already use Polarion." The fact is, you don't have to be a Polarion user to get valuable take-aways from most of our informational offerings. Take for example the 2 webinars we have on tap for this month.
Managing your Compliance Better with ISO 26262 (March 20)
Join us for this complimentary 45-minute webinar by Polarion Consultant Stefan Schuck where you will learn techniques that can help you with your Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment while adhering with industry compliance standard such as ISO 26262. Work faster by eliminating the reliance on spreadsheets and fully integrate your product development process. Discussion topics include:
Discussion of ISO 26262 concepts
Hazard and Risk Analysis according ISO 26262 Part 3 - Concept Phase
ISO 26262 - Part 3 and Polarion
Using Web Collaboration to make Hazard Analysis open and visible
Integrate Hazard Analysis with Requirements, Development, and Testing Artifacts
Interactive Q&A session
Thursday, 20 March 2014, 8:30 am San Francisco, 11:30 am New York,16:30 Berlin. SIGN UP...
Make Working with Automotive SPICE Requirements Easier (March 27)
Featured Speaker Maria Eugenia Zuniga, Vehicle Software Quality Engineer for Quantum Technologies will share her expertise in working with Automotive SPICE and SPICE HIS, and Functional Safety Standard 26262. As a software architect in three vehicle electronic product lines, Maria is a strong analytical and creative problem solver.
Thursday, 27 March 2014, 8:30 am San Francisco, 11:30 am New York,16:30 Berlin.SIGN UP...
CAN'T ATTEND? NO PROBLEM!
If you can't make the live session, I encourage you to sign up anyway. Everything will be recorded, and we'll send everyone who signs up a link to the recording shortly after the webinar.