R&D process model
The process landscape in R&D is based on the V model and describes the development activities and their contextual relations. In the graphic representation, we have closed the V model into a circle, in which all main processes or segments are connected to each other. The circle symbolizes a cyclical, iterative process.
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DEVELOPING YOUR PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS – STEP BY STEP
THE R&D PROCESSES FOLLOW THE LOGICAL STEPS OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT.
The customer communicates the requirements of the product in the form of a specification sheet.
The system requirements are then derived from these requirements. The sum of all system requirements is called system specification and is documented in the Polarion system. The system architecture defines, e.g. in the form of a block diagram, what the division into functional blocks should look like, which functions should be implemented in the hardware and which in the software, and consequently what interfaces to include.
A main task of system development is to describe the various possibilities for technical implementation in the form of corresponding architectures and to compare them. The aim is to select the optimal architecture based on comparisons and analyses, and to make it available together with the system specification to the hardware, software and mechanics disciplines.
Requirements management serves to ensure that the goals of product development are successfully achieved. A number of techniques for the documentation, analysis, prioritization and coordination of requirements are used to ensure that the development teams always have access to current and approved requirements.
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