Being a global leader in drivetrain and electrified propulsion systems, Dana needed a structured approach to design and develop its variety of products. But how do you manage the process constraints from small series products in off-highway vehicles to mass-production products in light vehicles?
In this complimentary webinar, Dana’s Brecht Fevery and Erich Meier of UL Solutions discuss how Dana’s development processes have evolved from an individual solution for one engineering team into a reference process framework for the entire Dana organization.
Key topics and takeaways:
- Understand the main drivers for setting up a company-specific development process framework that collects the engineering best practices from the different engineering organizations within the company
- Learn how process framework addresses the expectations from leading international standards and industry-accepted assessment models and encompasses the engineering domains of systems, embedded software and electronics, mechanics, functional safety and cybersecurity, among others
- Find out how to deploy a standard development process in large engineering organizations
- Gain insight into various methods and tools, such as Stages, for defining a unified process that complies with ISO 26262, ISO 21434, Automotive SPICE and other process requirements