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The conversation around MBSE has changed

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At the recent INCOSE Symposium in Detroit we had an opportunity to discuss the continually increasing interest around model-based systems engineering (MBSE) with many of the attendees across a variety of industries. The interest in MBSE is not that surprising with this group, but not only did we discuss the technical and engineering value proposition […]

Getting Hands on with ELM through Quick Starts

Everyone has demands on their time so learning new things, especially potentially complex tools, is not an easy thing to fit into our busy schedules. Quick Starts are short, focused, introductory hands-on labs that are designed to take less than two hours to complete so a very small investment of time. Whether you want to […]

Building Views with IBM Engineering Lifecycle Optimization – Engineering Insights (ENI) Part Five – Grids

Overview If you’ve been following these articles, hopefully you’ve also started to build your own views. In doing so, you may have noticed the lack of alignment tools (at least in the existing release). You may have also found that each container has a Top and a Left property – that you can copy and […]

New database versions supported with CLM V6 (and useful pointers)

Collaborative Lifecycle Management products 6.0.6 and 6.0.6.1 are in support for almost another year, however the Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server versions supported by these release are now significantly back-level. So to give most of you more time to run 6.0.6 or 6.0.6.1 while staying current with your database versions, we have added support for […]

What’s new in IBM Engineering Requirements Management – DOORS Next 7.0.2

DOORS Next 7.0.2 brings together two themes, Usability & Consistency over ELM and reporting over requirements versions. Usability & Consistency over Engineering Lifecycle Management: Making use of traceability for change impact analysis and reporting Simplified linking: drag-drop or copy-paste links within and between requirements, tests, and work items Consistent selection of Users with an updated […]

What’s new in ELM Automotive Compliance 1.0.2

In December 2020, version 1.0.2 of IBM Engineering Lifecycle Management Automotive Compliance (ELM AC) will be released. ELM AC helps automotive engineering organisations to setup their IBM Engineering tools according to automotive standards. We are also seeing interest from clients in other industries, since much of the thinking and workflow around compliance is common. The first […]

IBM Requirements Management SaaS solution keeps many large Engineering/Construction/Public Works projects running smoothly

IBM’s requirements management solutions have been used for years to help organizations to build software and hardware systems. Lately, IBM’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution has helped governments, as well as engineering and construction firms, keep large public works projects running smoothly. In the high-profile case of the Melbourne Metro Tunnel Project, IBM’s solution supports the delivery […]

What’s new in DOORS Next Generation 6.0.6

We’ve put a lot of effort into the enhancements to IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation (DNG) 6.0.6, including the following.  For more in-depth detail, see the New &  Noteworthy. Requirements Repurposing As users decompose requirements from one level to the next, they typically copy a high-level requirement to draft a lower level need. We call this decomposition repurposing. This […]

Improvement to the CLM Maintenance Model

As part of our continuous improvement efforts,  the Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) team is excited to announce the following changes in our CLM Maintenance Model that will include more fixes in our most current streams. Based on client feedback, this will provide a better upgrade experience for current releases that are not an Extended Maintenance […]

What’s new in DOORS Next Generation 6.0.1

This release adds to a very significant major series for DOORS Next Generation. We have a continued with our focus on Configuration Management, Global Configurations and usability while introducing some exciting new functions for bulk data manipulation and stronger analytics. If you are interested in reading a higher level view of how DOORS Next Generation […]

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