Learning Material for Successful Model-based Development
Bringing scientific findings about embedded system engineering into industrial practice is the aim of the project SPEDiT (Software Platform Embedded Systems - Dissemination and Transfer). At the beginning of February, the project participants met to present their working results.
Dr. Andreas Froese from the paluno working group "Software Systems Engineering" presented the "work package AP1 - teaching material" at the meeting at the Leibniz Supercomputer Centre of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences in Garching near Munich. He illustrated how the various concepts, techniques and methods for the model-based development of embedded systems were integrated into the teaching material. It consists of different learning modules specially designed for the typical roles in the development process - system architect, system requirements engineer, test engineer, software architect, and software developer.
SPEDiT is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. Academic teams doing research on methods cooperate with training and tool experts in order to let companies, e.g. from the automotive or medical industry, benefit from the comprehensive research results on model-based development. Details on the project can be found at https://spedit.informatik.tu-muenchen.de/.