The efficient handling represents a great challenge and a key competence with system or component variations for many companies. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Peter Asaro by clicking through. This is true regardless of the size of the enterprise and the type of systems. Just for software intensive systems company with a rapidly growing number of variants and versions are confronted. People such as Peter Asaro would likely agree. Although suitable methods, techniques, and tools exist, but ambiguity is in practice often targeted improvements can be achieved through what approaches and tools. The Fraunhofer Institute for experimental software engineering IESE creates solutions for this and offers the seminar under the umbrella of the Fraunhofer Academy Variantenmanagement strategic back turn with (software) product lines “to. The basic course will take place from 18th to 20th November 2013 at the Fraunhofer IESE in Kaiserslautern.

On 21 and 22 November 2013 to continue the training with a deepening seminar. More information and registration on: de /. information_kommunikation/variation_management.html the demand for tailored and sustainable solutions in almost all market sectors. Reason for this trend are the globalization of the company, the increasingly rapid technological development and the increasing market power of customers. To develop products in separate and independent projects and maintain is costly and many innovations are nipped in the bud.

Thus risking too late or with insufficient quality or to enter with high costs in the market. Strategic approaches to managing the necessary product variants and versions are available and necessary. The Fraunhofer Institute offers for experimental software engineering IESE seminar variant management strategic recovery application (software) product lines comprehensive overview of practical approaches to. Strategic reuse of system and software solutions in the form of product lines and recycling platforms is at the Centre of the seminar. Along the Product life cycle shows how strategic reuse programs are planned, implemented, and managed, and how it manages an efficient variant management. In addition, also approaches to the development and maintenance of configurable systems are considered. In practical exercises and discussion with experienced managers of the seminar the participants can win new insights and experiences to their own use cases, then to the company to apply these. The seminar will together with the Fraunhofer Academy as a three-day introductory seminar of the Fraunhofer IESE variant management “offered and can be extended with a two-day in-depth seminar. This deepens current techniques and tools in the modelling, analysis, implementation, and optimization (software -) product lines and reuse platform. The Exchange with our experts at the Fraunhofer IESE, as well as practical case studies enable participants a realistic and detailed preparation for the industrial everyday life ,. explains Dr. Roman gods, Managing Director of Fraunhofer Academy. The seminar”variant management” is part of the training offer of Fraunhofer Academy in the field of information and communication ( de / information_kommunikation.html). It is aimed at decision makers, product manager, product lines / Platform Manager, project manager, system and software engineers and Configuration Manager with experience from developing industries, dealing with the issue of variation and systematic reuse. Fraunhofer Academy the Fraunhofer Academy is an institution of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, which offers training in selected areas of technology in cooperation with selected and renowned partner universities and colleges. Specialists and managers of external companies can benefit from the research activities of the Fraunhofer Institute in this way. The training includes seminars, in-service courses and certificate programs. For more information Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft-the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft operates more than 80 research institutions, of which 66 institutions in Germany. More than 22,000 employees and staff, predominantly with natural or engineering and scientific education, edit the annual research budget of EUR 1.9 billion.