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Manage all the interconnected digital information in your vehicle development process

Automakers must ensure they have a comprehensive view of their programs to meet their key time-to-market, quality, and cost requirements. The key is an integrated Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach to program management. Being able to do so results in an increased probability of meeting program goals, as well as cost and schedule requirements.

Integrated Program Planning and Software & Systems Engineering ensures that you will be able to connect the four “P’s,” Portfolio, Program, Project, and Product Lifecycle Management. Thus, allowing you to deliver vehicles that your customers demand so you can stay ahead of the competition and drive the change that changes driving.


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Are your vehicles compliant with government regulations?

Vehicle development is growing increasingly complex. From the growth in electrification to autonomous to connected vehicles, developing the vehicle of the future is no simple task. Doing so requires making sure these vehicles meet the tough new laws and regulations from the local and regional governments. Are your vehicles sourced from reliable and compliant suppliers? Do they meet the increasing CAFÉ standards? Are you using sustainable practices from ideation to the day the vehicle rolls off the line?

An integrated MBSE approach with Integrated Program Planning as a part of Software & Systems Engineering ensures you deliver your vehicles according to your program’s goals on time, every time.

Can you manage all the digital information in your vehicle development process?

Integrated Program Planning and Software & Systems Engineering ensures that you will be able to connect the four “P’s,” Portfolio, Program, Project and Product Lifecycle Management to deliver the vehicle of the future.

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