Course Outline

What is ASPICE and why is its importance on the market growing

What does it mean to be ASPICE compliant

The relationship between the automotive sector and the technology area

Factors forcing the implementation of ASPICE in Europe and in the world

Overview of the Acquisition Process Group (ACQ) area

System Engineering Process Group (SYS) overview

Overview of the Software Engineering Process Group (SWE) area

Overview of the Management Process Group (MAN) area

Overview of the Reuse Process Group (REU) area

Overview of the Process Improvement Process Group (PIM) area

Overview of the Supporting Process Group (SUP) area

Discussion of ASPICE levels and their requirements

The concepts of Traceability, Transparency and Consistency as the basis for correct implementation.

Examples of implementations and project realizations



Sample workshop plan that can be adapted to the client's needs.



  • people working for automotive companies
  7 Hours


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