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VCC Case Study - OD In-house SW Development Process 2014 Workshop - Organizational Change and Learning 2014-06-12 94100, Kent Niesel, 5999783

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1 VCC Case Study - OD In-house SW Development Process 2014 Workshop - Organizational Change and Learning , Kent Niesel,

2 Intro – Software implements customer features ABS Rain sensing Engine control Central locking Transmission control In car computer (ECU- Electronic Control Unit) Some typical customer features Cable harness Sensus Infotainment BLIS

3 1998 – IN car computers (ECU) Growth 1998 – First S80 (19) 2003 (49) S/V 40 (38) 2006 (68) 2012-Hybrid (78) 2013 SPA (108)

4 Software developed by VCC ARE growing … EEEP P/T AS&C Body&Trim Approx 100 different external supplier SW teams (~ engineers) Approx 15 different VCC inhouse SW teams (~ 200 engineers) Accesories 42 ECUs 14 ECUs 27 ECUs 5 ECUs Ref. SPA Node Owner List External SW Suppliers EEEP CEM EESP CCM P/T SPM-CVC Chassi VDDM Chassi ASDM Chassi SUM EEEP BECM P/T SPM- Diag EEEP IEM EEEP IGM EEEP OBC P/T SPM- xx EEEP HMI VCC SW Teams P/T SPM- xx EESP App DIM, IHU, AUD, … ECM, TCM, DEM, … BCM, SODL/R, … HUS, CPM, … TRM, Conn. Touch

5 Vision Within 3-5 yrs. VCC can be a mature provider of Automotive Grade SW (see #9) Performed Process Described Process VCC Process Asset Developers developing and producing SW A map of the performed process Organization al knowledge ISO A-SPICE VCC Requirements Automotive Grade SW product Requirements on performed process and its results Descriptions of performed process results SW Product information Software Engineering Process Groups Supporting infrastructure Automotive Grade SW SMEs, specification, and test

6 The performed process needs to change, be fixed, first Performed Process Described Process VCC Process Asset Developers developing and producing SW A map of the performed process Organizational knowledge ISO A-SPICE VCC Requirements SW Requirements on performed process and its results Descriptions of performed process results SW Product information

7 Describe and map the performed process when it works Performed Process Described Process VCC Process Asset Developers developing and producing SW A map of the performed process Organizational knowledge ISO A-SPICE VCC Requirements Automotive Grade SW product Requirements on performed process and its results Descriptions of performed process results SW Product information

8 Potential Blockers for Improvement Unclear goals for those performing the process Varying sense of urgency within the organisation ”No time to change now” ”No time or will to share experiences” Defining process is somebody elses problem Lack of management committment Resistance to change

9 Automotive Grade SW is more than its function has a low fault density is safe is buildable is possible to simulate and has one or more model representations is testable is maintainable is ”documented” or described in some form that makes it possible to understand is secure is dependable is fit for purpose and has the functionality that the customers expect


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