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cGMP – Design & Development Plan (General ) – ISO 13485:2016 (5) Clause 7

May 23rd, 2019 Posted by e-GMP, Requirements Management, Standards and Regulations 0 thoughts on “cGMP – Design & Development Plan (General ) – ISO 13485:2016 (5) Clause 7”

Most device manufacturers find the concept of design control confusing. However, design control is better understood now as a result of better structure. The foundation for every product quality is the design process. Similar to a building, the better the foundation, the lesser the risk of collapse. In terms of design, the final product is dependent on the design process.

The design control process can be implemented for medical devices, manufacturing equipment, and operation, and software systems can make use of a similar process.

Below is a diagram of the waterfall system of design.

Waterfall Design System

 

The diagram depicts a simplistic version of an approved FDA control guidance. The design is typically more complicated due to several elements developing at the same rate. However, the waterfall diagram does serve the purpose of aiding understanding of the operations of the design process.

Common Mistakes in Design Development

One of the prominent mistakes to make is to assume that design control is the same thing as the development process. Although, the development process is a vital part of design control, a more accurate description for design control is to envision it as a lifecycle.

By picturing design control as a lifecycle doesn’t mean that design control will cover requirement for feasibility or marketing. While these processes are vital to the product development process, regulations are in place to monitor product design rather than concern itself with the success of the product in the market. Regulations are more about the safety of the design product instead of the general welfare of the business.

It is important to differentiate between the design input requirement and the marketing requirement and feasibility studies. The design input requirement is also known as the product concept document.

Document Approval

A common problem that most organization face is the approval of documents. There is always a reluctance to approve product design documents as they have to create a room for change and improvement on the document. However, by maintaining control over the document, the approval process tends to become tedious. The goal of control is not to restrict flexibility but to ensure that every phase of the design process is sync, especially when dealing with cross-functional teams.

Typically, approval can be given for revision 1 of a document with To-Be-Determined (TBD) values in certain sections. Meanwhile, teams can start preliminary drafts for the second revision of the document. Subsequent sections will address the core elements of the design control process. However, implementation of the process will depend on the following;

  • The maturity of the company.
  • Product complexity.

It is worth noting that most organizations prefer to breakdown these processes into individual (SOPs). But, it is possible to have a document that covers all the requirement of several elements of the design and development control process.

cGMP – Design & Development Plan (DDP) – ISO 13485:2016(6) Clause 7

May 11th, 2019 Posted by Requirements Management Tool 0 thoughts on “cGMP – Design & Development Plan (DDP) – ISO 13485:2016(6) Clause 7”

Defining the stages of design and reviewing every stage of the design process is one of the requirements of ISO 13485 Section 7.3.5 for design and development. The task of identifying and reviewing designs at every stage is accomplished using the design control SOP. Once the User Requirement and Specification (URS) for a medical device is established, the next step in the planning stage is the Design and Development Plan (DDP).

Every product has its unique design and development plan, and they appear in the products documentation as either DDP or D&DP.  There are two main things to consider when creating a Design and Development Plan for a medical device.

  1.      Draft the plan and approve it using the design control system.
  2.      At crucial moments in the design stages, update and review the plan.

 

What is in the DDP

The Design and Development plan will differ with the complexity of each product as well as with the organization that produces them. For a simple product, the DDP can be in the form of a basic flow chart. However, with a more complex product, the design and Development plan will be in the form of a well-detailed Gantt chart.

 

The first thing that the DDP should cover is the objectives and goals for the product. This will help clarify the purpose of designing the product and its functions. Next, the DDP should note the various departments involved in the designing of the product and their roles. In addition to that, information on contractors or sub-contractors that will be contributing to the project. The assignment of responsibility as well as documenting them is vital to the success of the product design. Likewise, collaborations and shared responsibility should be elaborately defined to eliminate ambiguity or confusion. This is vital if the project involves multiple teams or departs.

The design and development plan should also have a breakdown of tasks alongside the people/team responsible for them. The task breakdown should include the following;

  • The time duration for the product design.
  • The resources that would make the project a success.
  • Individual responsibility for set tasks.
  • Allocation of resources.
  • Criteria for fulfilling each task
  • Collaboration points and the teams are collaborating on a specific task.

The task breakdown will help optimize the time it takes to complete the product and get it ready for the market. There should be a report documenting the target for each task, and it should have tests and studies that prove that the product is safe for use. Some of the tests and studies to consider are as follows;

  • Shipping studies
  • Biocompatibility testing
  • Validation of sterilization processes
  • Non-Clinical animal studies
  • Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Interference studies
  • Mean-time-to-failure-studies
  • Clinical evaluations

 

The tests and studies to be conducted will depend on the type of product design and the function of that product.

Another set of criteria that should be present in the design and development plan is what to expect from the activities of design transfer, and how to monitor what is being transferred. The expected result from the design process should also be weighed against the process input.

Problem with Design and Development plan

The biggest problem that comes with a DDP is the way the project manager tends to overestimate the product design timeline. Usually, such a problem arises with a lack of experience, lack of optimization and flexibility to the plan, and trying to work backward. It is important that tasks are completed on time, but there should be room for updates to account for unforeseen circumstances in the design process.

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cGMP – Customer Related Processes and Requirements – ISO 13485:2016(4) Clauses 7

May 4th, 2019 Posted by Requirements Management Tool 0 thoughts on “cGMP – Customer Related Processes and Requirements – ISO 13485:2016(4) Clauses 7”

 

The purpose of Customer Related processes as stipulated in the ISO 13485:2016, is to make sure that companies keep to a high standard when it comes to the products and services they offer to customers. In other words, it is a way of ensuring that the customer is the focus of the company and its product.

What the ISO 13485:2016 is hoping to achieve is a document that outlines an established User Requirement. The practice which started with the software industry helped to ensure that products meet the desired outcome of the end-users. Companies in today’s world, are concerned with how the user interacts and experiences the product, rather than what they need in their design process. Hence, abandoning the need for User Requirement for User Experience.

Apple products are an example of how design focuses on user experience instead of user requirement. Henry Ford, the famous founder of Ford Motors, made a quote that reveals a unique flaw with user requirement. He said that if he had been opportune to ask people what they required, they would have responded that they needed faster horses rather than cars.

While the software industry is embracing the concept of user experience, the medical device industry is still relying on user requirement. Although there is hope that the medical device sector will get there, we will be addressing User Requirement Specification (URS) as a part of the ISO 13485 clauses for customer-related processes and requirements.

Considerations Demands by ISO 13485 for Product Requirement

One of the most vital requirements for the product, as stipulated in the ISO 13485 clause, is the requirement for both delivery and post-delivery of products. There have been cases where companies failed to supply requirement for products as they relate to the installation, maintenance, training, packaging, calibration, and servicing. The ISO 13485 does mandate that these requirements be available and if they aren’t, they should be a justified reason for their absence.

Typically, not all products require all parts of the requirements. For example, the User Requirement Specification (URS) for a disposable device might only contain a section that justifies why there is no product requirement for calibration, servicing, maintenance and training. Additionally, another critical information stated in ISO 13485 is the fact that requirements not mentioned but needed for the product use will be identified. The stipulation helps to address the intent for consideration for product requirement during usage.

A disposable contact lens is an ideal example in clarifying implied consideration for the product requirement. Let’s say that the average shelf life for the contacts is 2 years as stipulated in the product requirement. However, the contact usage life cycle after the customer opens the seal is not accounted for in the requirement. Hence, should a customer use the lens for a week consistently before discarding it, while testing under such conditions has no to be done, implied product requirements means that the company has violated a requirement under the ISO 13485. Likewise, companies have to fulfill all applicable requirement such as the region and market for the product to best determine which product requirement to follow and note them in the product requirement document. In totality, even though the requirements may be specified or implied, they have to be met.

Product Requirement Review before commitment

This section of the ISO 13845 mandates the review of the product requirement long before the product gets to the customer. The review should cover the following;

  • The documentation and definition of product requirements.
  • The fulfillment of all applicable regulatory requirement.
  • Updates on contract requirements that exist in previous product requirements.
  • The capability of companies to satisfy the requirement.
  • Planning and execution of required training.

All the review requires are pretty standard and can be met easily. The design and development team is responsible for the generation, design, and review of a URS document. Similar to every other report, the User Require Specification document will be revised for the entire length of a product. It is crucial that recisions be tracked and noted and more critical, changing numbering each revision or updates should be avoided as references to previous updates is a possibility. Similarly, with each new update and stage in the development of a product, the URS should be revised and updated. The same principle applies to contract updates for customer-based products as changes that exist with previous requirements need to be addressed.

Communication

Communication is the last major part of customer related process under ISO13485 and must be appropriately managed. All forms of communications with customers to be the individual or commercial customer requires careful consideration. A requirement that covers all forms and ways in which communications with customers are performed must be made available. The requirement covers; inquiries about orders, contracts and their amendments, product information, advisory notes, and feedback processes including complaints.

Also, there needs to be a way to categories which customer related communication that should be submitted to regulatory organizations alongside a scheduled time and system for the process. The communication that organization submits will vary with where they market their product and the industry category of their product.

 

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cGMP (ISO13485:2016) – Validation Master Plan (VMP)

April 18th, 2019 Posted by e-GMP 0 thoughts on “cGMP (ISO13485:2016) – Validation Master Plan (VMP)”

Part of the GMP,  a Validation Master Plan (VMP) is a way to clearly define or layout the requirements for process validation and the justification for those validations to better help medical device manufacturers. Organizations seeking control or methodology to a specific process, often make use of a validation master plan.

An integral part of a company’s Quality Management System especially if the company specialized in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and medical device manufacturing, is the validation of their process, product, and facility.

The VMP differs from the Standard Operational Procedure (SOP). VMP is used to prioritize objectives, makes plans on the steps to take for a particular procedure while getting the steps ready for approval. On the other hand, the (SOP) showcases the exact procedure to follow to complete approved tasks. Also, the VMP records the total work put into supporting a process, and it includes; apparatus, benefits, activity, prerequisite, and strategy.

Although, by FDA Quality System Regulation (21 CFR 820), Validation Master Plan (VMP) does not require a formal prerequisite. However, it is beneficial to have a top quality VMP to execute an efficient procedure validation program.

What is Validation Master Plan?

A Validation Master Plan is part of the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) requirement as it pertains to biotech, medical device companies, and pharmaceuticals. The VMP is a report that chronicles and stipulate methods and equipment that require approval, the reason they are needed and the plan to ensure that a particular process is completed. Also, the person responsible for the validation process is mentioned in the report.

Owning a VMP will go a long way in ensuring that you can overcome several difficult scenarios that are sure to come up in very regulated areas.  FDA auditors requesting for detailed documentation or procedures, equipment, and validation plan is not uncommon in the industry. While, it isn’t a formal request to have a validation plan, having one prepare will reduce the chances of attracting a warning letter from the FDA.

The Purpose of a Validation Master Plan

The life cycle of the manufacturing validation process is discussed in the VMP, and it best to integrate the legal paper with the VMP to better improve the overall outcome. Likewise, VMP can be regarded as a project planning tool.

The VMP proofs to be beneficial in prioritizing goals, predicting the necessary capital, provide insights and timeline for specific projects. In addition to that, the VMP helps to track effort and document approval status for products, various activities, equipment, benefits, activities, and prerequisite.

Finally, the VMP helps to keep an overall agreed upon record for instrument approval system and general procedures. The plan can be easily given to controllers to justify approval impacts. Also, medical device manufacturers can leverage on the VMP to show that they manufacture medical devices with the focus on quality while ensuring that the manufacturer bears the responsibility for the manufacturing system quality.

What Makes UP a Validation Master Plan?

Ideally, the VMP should consider risk and include the likely effects of the current manufacturing practice on product quality. In so doing, the VMP will be able to pinpoint the procedures that require approval and in what order the validation be executed.

Risk assessment does help identify which procedures that do not need approval, using Orcanos RISK management system. Therefore, it is important to survey and examine the effect of each manufacturing process has on the quality of the final product. If justification is needed for any additional prerequisite and extension that may have been added to the validation, then the VMP can be of help.

What should be in a Good Validation Master Plan?

The Code of Federal Regulations does not have any VMP facts. However, Guidance for Industry has suggested the following be incorporated into a standard VMP;

  • All likely review and simultaneous validation activity.
  • The request, time, area and need for validation activities
  • A report that helps communicate the validation approach to the organization.
  • A detailed account of the timeline, procedures, events, and facilities.
  • Details of departments that have consented to the project.
  • A reference that describes all designs for a validation training program
  • Details on people capable of providing SOPs approval, VMP, conventions, those surveying task, and monitoring tracking systems.
  • There should be details and copies of all approval plans, current SOPs, approval reports, and conventions, pressing strategy records and much more similar information.

Components of a Validation Master Plan (VMP)

  • Table of Contents: Table of contents offers a glimpse into what in the VMP, the critical areas as well as direction to the relevant data.

Sample TOC:

1   PURPOSE.

2   SCOPE.

3   STANDARDS, GUIDELINES & APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS.

4   INTRODUCTION.

5   METHOD.

6   PROCEDURE.

7   ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA.

8   RESPONSIBILITIES.

9   VALIDATION SUPPORT SYSTEM.

10    LIST OF APPENDIXES.

11    PROCESSES DESCRIPTION.

12    PROCESS VALIDATION DECISION.

13    QUALIFICATION & VALIDATION FLOW DIAGRAM:

14    VMP TRACKING SCOPE.

15    APPENDIX NO.2 ABUTMENT PRODUCTION FLOW CHART.

  • Authorization and Title Page (dates with approval signatures): The title page will have document number, version, the title, clearly defined management agreement s and QA, these are provided automatically by Orcanos eDMS system for Document Control.
  • Validation Plan: The VMP will help identify why validation is required, what should be validated, where, when and how the validation should be done. The plan will also include a step of procedures broken into the section as well as which methods are vital to the project.
  • Abbreviations and Glossary: Technical terms and organization terminologies will be explained in this section.
  • Approach and Purpose of Validation: The purpose of the VMP clearly states with supporting logical statements the validation approach. The document must be detailed and concise to make for a comfortable and comprehensive read for the end users. The reason for the VMP’s showing of frameworks, procedures, equipment, and structured execution can be explained by the approval approach. However, the proposal does assure that validations will be executed by the approved protocol that is written. With the assurance of reliable method and arrangements of the framework, change of control and capability I bound to exist. Following this approach, all products are sure to follow a well-documented risk evaluation assessment when it comes to their manufacturing procedure and framework.
  • The Scope of Validation:  Scope covers utilities, systems, processes, procedures, equipment that might impact the final product during manufacturing as it pertains to VMP. Based on the documented risk evaluation, the scope must capture extensively the frameworks, procedures, utilities, and strategies that will be validated. Likewise, who and what should be stated clearly in the scope. It is vital that from start to finish of the VMP, readers can understand the scope.
  • Outsourced Services: In the VMP, services that relate to the management and selection of qualifications, calibrations, and activities performed by a third party.
  • Roles and Responsibilities:  this part of the plan will contain details of the role the VMP department concerning the preparing of validation protocols, change control documents, tasks reports, validation SOPs, maintenance and storage of validation-based documents. VPM will be kept by during manufacturing and designing through convention deviation, approval convention, tasks reports, and control records while the QA will be approving and reviewing protocol deviations, SOPs for consistency with cGMPs, task reports, validation protocols, approval to implement and consistency with procedures and policies.
  • Deviation management invalidation: Methodology for documenting deviations must be addressed in the VMP.  Also, when a deviation occurs during approval, it is to be noted and studied to examine methods or features of the approval convention to determine what corrective action to take and what endorsement for approval should be expected (CAPA), using Orcanos electronics CAPA Management system.
  • Risk management principles in validation: With relations to the validation process, risk management principles should be included in the VMP.  The assessment should cover design, deployment and the entire lifecycle of a planned project, using Orcanos RISK management system according to the ISO 14971:2012.
  • Change Control in Validation: A change management (ECO) system must be in place to cater to any changes that may impact the validated process and be documented in the Validation Master Plan, using Orcanos ECO management software.
  • Training: The VMP must define personnel that would be involved in a project, the qualifications they need and training they must undertake to ensure they perform excellently, using Orcanos Training management system.
  • All Validations: This is the totality of the VMP, and it includes an analytical method, cleaning, processes, equipment, premises, computer validation, qualification, utilities, and revalidation, using Orcanos Validation management system.

A general overview of the details contained in the VMP includes vital areas such as manufacturing areas, central plant, and material storage. Similarly, connections and illustration should be part of the VMP and differentiate between regions, for instances Non-GMP regions against GMP regions. Other things to be considered or incorporated include; general acknowledgment criteria, major advances in hardware, procedure, frameworks and any other changes that need to be part of the VMP.

  • Validation Matrix: The Validation Matrix is to list all the necessary validation throughout the facility. Using a matrix, timelines to execute crucial approvals will be a reality.
  • References: There must be rundown records of all activities, directions, execution, and capabilities in the VMP, using Orcanos traceability tools.

Quality Assurance is top-priority for everyone who is part of the medical industry, hence the need for the Validation Master Plan (VMP). As part of our Orcanos system and services, we handle OQ, IQ, and PQ protocol using the Orcanos testing system. Reports from our system can be generated in any format and data settings. Orcanos eGMP provides full-scale capabilities to allow any organization to conduct it VMP obligations using the Orcanos eFroms system along with its build in process automation infrastructure and increase organization efficiency by 10’s% and reduce risk during the production process.

 

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אורקנוס קפה 30.5.2019 – כנס איכות למצויינות

April 1st, 2019 Posted by Requirements Management Tool 0 thoughts on “אורקנוס קפה 30.5.2019 – כנס איכות למצויינות”
להרשמה לחץ כאן

מובילים את האיכות למצויינות דרך אנשים, כלים ומתדולוגיות

רח תוצרת הארץ 8, תל אביב. קומה 11 (בניין  Toha)

אורקנוס קפה חוזרת!

מפגש נוסף של מיטב אנשי האיכות בתחום של פיתוח ציוד רפואי, המאפשר דיון בסוגיות החדשות בתחום האיכות. במפגש נדון באתגרים של שנת 2019 ו 2020 וינתנו טיפים לעמידה בהתאמות החדשות לתקינה של 13485:2016 ISO במעבר מ- MDD ל- MDR

להוספה ליומן גוגל

הכנס הינו ללא עלות, אך דרוש רישום מוקדם

תוכנית הכנס

  • 18:00 – 18:30 – התכנסות וכיבוד קל
  • 18:30 – 19:15 – הרצאה בנושא העדכונים והיישומים של השינויים ב ISO 13485:2016 וה MDR מול MDSAP (אירית באומן, מנהלת אבטחת איכות באי.בי דנטל ישראל)
  • 19:30 – 20:15 – הרצאה בנושא ניהול קבלני משנה ואישור ספקים ומפיצים לפי דרישות ה- MDR החדשות (קרן צבר, יועצת איכות וולידאציה בלודן)
  • 20:15 – 20:30 – דברי סיכום

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Audit Preparation and Participation as Part of the eGMP

March 30th, 2019 Posted by e-GMP, regulation compliance 0 thoughts on “Audit Preparation and Participation as Part of the eGMP”

In this post, we will discuss how to maintain a constant state of audit Readiness for unexpected audits, as well as what you can do to prepare before the audit commences.

Gathering commonly requested items ahead of time we will also take an in-depth look at the role of the audit coordinator and provided detailed recommendations for the audit Operation Center.

Next, we’ll talk about how to handle the audit itself including the opening meeting gathering documents for the auditor answering the auditor’s questions laboratory facility tour and the exit meeting.

Maintaining Audit Readiness

As some audits can be performed without notice or it’s very short notice the laboratory should operate under a state of audit readiness at all times if you do receive a notice of the audit there are a number of things that can be done before the audit commences.

  • Review your Laboratories SOPs on receiving inspectors and handling inspections.
  • Review past inspection reports, and attempt to identify items that may be a particular interest or concern to the inspectors.
  • Try to determine the identity of the auditors and their area of expertise.
  • Assign each inspector a host.
  • Determine, as far as possible, the scope and methods of the audit, this will often be discussed during the initial meeting.
  • Book rooms for the auditors and a room to act as the operation center.
  • Identify subject matter experts for each area together with substitutes.
  • It is not unknown for auditors to request to observe a demonstration of a particular method. This may, in particular, happen during a client audit when the client wishes to assess the competency of the laboratory to perform a particular test.  It would be good practice to identify someone with significant experience to perform any demonstrations before the audit commences.
  • Establish as much as possible a tour route.
  • Walk through the tour route and check all of the following:
    • Instrument log books instrument status and calibration status.
    • The expiry date of chemicals, reagent, mobile phases and solvents – remove or revise all out-of-date reagents.
    • For laboratory glassware, in particular, confirm the calibration markings on volumetric glassware are clearly visible.  Also, confirm that the correct grade of glassware is being used and be able to confirm this with the documentary evidence.

Review testing schedules, it is best to concentrate on routine work during an audit, especially a regulatory audit, and avoid working on more challenging activities such as investigations.

Using Orcanos eQMS system allows you to control electronically the audit readiness and allow you to stay focus on the daily tasks. Orcanos provides a set of reports you can have free access to such as:

  1. Audit Readiness – SOP Annual Review (Effective Date > 300 days)
  2. Audit Readiness – Previous Process Checks with Low Grade (1 – 3)
  3. Audit Readiness – Deviation Summary Reports
  4. Audit Readiness – Complaint Investigation Report
  5. Audit Templates
  6. Many more…

It is a good practice to have such documentation readily available on site. If necessary Orcanos eQMS system will allow recalling all such documentation electronically with no need to go onto the remote site. Orcanos system will preserve your data for at least 15 years and more so no need to archiving.

 

 

NOTE: These recommendations are also applicable for Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) required by the ISO 13485:2016 and now by the new MDR and MDSAP.

Orcanos Innovation Platforms to Meet Automotive Compliance Standards

March 14th, 2019 Posted by Requirements Management Tool 0 thoughts on “Orcanos Innovation Platforms to Meet Automotive Compliance Standards”

System Engineering Process Group (SYS)

 

Compliance standard in the automotive industry: Vehicle manufacturers understand the importance attached to comply with standards in the automotive industry. Having to comply takes into account, the safety of such a vehicle. As a result, compliance agencies have come up with several compliance codes that decide the level of compliance of the automotive in terms of safety. Some of them include the following:

  1. IEC 61508 (Functional Safety of Electronic/Electrical/Programmable Electronic Safety-related Systems).
  2. ISO 26262 (Road vehicles – functional safety)
  3. Automotive SPICE (Software Process Improvement and Capability Determination). Also referred to as ISO/IEC 15504
  4. Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)

For this writeup, our focus is on 2 and three, i.e. ISO 26262 and Automotive SPICE.

The ISO 26262 is an improvement on the IEC 61508. Its goal is to determine the level of safety/risks in the functional use of an automotive. By doing this, it accesses the electronic functionality of the vehicle from conceptualization, design, creation, and production. Its goal is to ensure that vehicle safety is paramount especially for its habitats. Since the 2009 publication of the (DIS) of ISO 26262, this ISO has gained traction. With legal practitioners using it as a standard in defending cases. It uses a set of guides that help to determine the compliance level of a system: either software or hardware. It provides the safety lifecycle, the risk classes; it gives the safety requirements through the AILs for minimizing residual risk to an acceptable minimum and provides a validation method for ensuring that vehicle manufacturers meet a safety standard.

Automotive SPICE is also known as ASPICE. It is a set of really technical documents that assist in the creation and adherence to electronic software safety and functionality. ASPICE provides the working standard that is needed for manufacturers to achieve regulatory fixed standards of electronic software for their vehicles. Automotive SPICE is a document duly owned by the VDA (Verband Der Automobile industry e.V. ASPICE has a Process Reference Model document that’s crafted for this particular industry.

The PRM consists of the PRM consists of the Primary Life Cycle, Organization Lifecycle, and Support Lifecycle. The Primary Lifecycle then consists of the Acquisition, Supply, System Engineering and Software Engineering Process Groups. The Acquisition group, also termed the customer acts ACQ. And it includes the following: Agreement, monitoring, technical demands, Process, and Legal requirements. The supply group consists of the process release and supply tender. The system group includes specification, design, integration and qualification test. The Software engineering group provides analysis, design, construction and verification, integration and communication.

The ASPICE document module is a set of technical documentation that is needed for the implementation of a full standard electronic software for an automobile. The ISO 26262 on the other hand, is a document that consists of technical implementation standards that are needed for the standardization of the functional safety of the vehicle.

OPORTUNIDADES EN LA NUBE PARA EL SECTOR AUTOMOTRIZ

March 14th, 2019 Posted by ASPICE, Automotive 0 thoughts on “OPORTUNIDADES EN LA NUBE PARA EL SECTOR AUTOMOTRIZ”

Los servicios en la nube implican la traslación de datos o información al Internet utilizando servidores remotos. Esta práctica se trata del almacenamiento y la administración de datos utilizando Internet en lugar de las computadoras locales. La industria automotriz es un sector importante que puede beneficiarse de la migración a la nube. Esta industria es conocida por su enfoque en la tecnología y la innovación, lo que hace que el servicio en la nube sea una solución perfecta. El servicio en la nube puede ser utilizado para lograr lo siguiente en la industria automotriz:

 

  1. REDUCCIÓN DE COSTOS

La mayoría de las empresas automotrices gastan mucho dinero adquiriendo infraestructuras internas y hardware de TI para el almacenamiento de datos. Asimismo, gastan dinero en tener estas infraestructuras actualizadas y en mantenerlas. El servicio en la nube ha proporcionado una forma de erradicar esto.  Ahora, los datos se pueden cargar en un servidor remoto, y el proveedor de servicios será responsable de la gestión y reparación de los servidores, lo que ayuda a las empresas a reducir el costo inicial de la creación del departamento de TI con recursos humanos y equipos, así como el costo de mantenimiento de la gestión y reparación de los equipos.

  1. MEJORA EN LA SEGURIDAD DE LOS VEHÍCULOS

El servicio en la nube ha permitido que los vehículos inteligentes adviertan a los conductores de una inminente fatalidad o tomen las medidas necesarias para evitar tales situaciones. Por ejemplo, actualmente muchos autos alertan a los conductores de condiciones peligrosas en la carretera, algunos incluso van un paso más allá tomando medidas en favor del conductor, por ejemplo, un freno de auto se activa justo antes de que se produzca una colisión. Estas mejoras han ayudado a reducir el índice de accidentes en la carretera, ya que el conductor no es la única mente “inteligente” en el automóvil.

  1. SISTEMAS DE CABINA MEJORADOS

El acceso a la nube ha hecho que conducir un auto sea una actividad divertida. La mayoría cuenta con sistemas de GPS y también se conectan a Internet a través del teléfono del conductor. Ahora se pueden obtener actualizaciones de tráfico en lugar de tener que revisar los teléfonos continuamente mientras se conduce. Además, esto alivia los sistemas de “información y entretenimiento” de los fabricantes de automóviles al utilizar la nube para obtener información sobre el conductor y, por lo tanto, las actualizaciones se adaptan a las necesidades del mismo.

  1. REDUCCIÓN DEL RIESGO

Las instalaciones automotrices pueden aumentar su seguridad y minimizar sus riesgos de fallas haciendo algo tan simple como trasladarse a la nube. Los proveedores de servicios en la nube cuentan con personal experto dedicado que trabaja todas las horas del día gestionando y garantizando la seguridad en todo momento; estos expertos también llevan a cabo comprobaciones rutinarias para evitar tiempos de inactividad.  Además de esta protección las 24 horas del día, los entornos de la nube también crean copias de seguridad de datos e información, y la empresa automotriz no estará expuesta después de una pérdida accidental de datos. La tarea más importante que realizan los proveedores de servicios es proporcionar un control de seguridad potente (cifrado).

  1. MENOR COMPLEJIDAD

Cuando se trata de la industria automotriz, hay muchas piezas móviles, así como datos relacionados con la producción de un vehículo. La industria es compleja y maneja información relacionada con actividades tales como simulacros de ingeniería, procesos empresariales, demanda, análisis de clientes, logística y mucho más. La administración de dicha información puede ser muy tediosa y difícil de comprender. Sin embargo, con la introducción de los servicios en la nube en el sector, los fabricantes pueden aprovechar fácilmente la facilidad que ofrece el entorno de la nube para clasificar los datos de forma rápida y eficiente.

 

Sobre el autor, Rami Azulay

Rami tiene más de 24 años de experiencia en varios puestos de desarrollo de software y control de calidad. Utilizando su amplio conocimiento de las operaciones y la calidad, Rami fue uno de los principales arquitectos del software Orcanos en 2005 y más tarde se convirtió en el vicepresidente de ventas y marketing de Orcanos. Rami tiene una maestría en Ciencias de la Computación.

 

CLOUD OPPORTUNITIES FOR AUTOMOTIVES

March 10th, 2019 Posted by ASPICE, Automotive 0 thoughts on “CLOUD OPPORTUNITIES FOR AUTOMOTIVES”

Cloud computing involves the movement of data or information to the internet using remote servers. This practice means the storage and management of data using the internet instead of local computers. The automotive manufacturing industry is a significant sector that can benefit from migration to the cloud. This industry is known for its focus on technology and innovation, which makes cloud computing a perfect fit. Cloud computing can be used to achieve the following in automotive:

 

  1. COST REDUCTION

Most automotive companies spend lots of money buying in-house infrastructures and IT hardware for data storage. They also spend money keeping these infrastructures up-to-date and also maintaining it. Cloud computing has provided a way to eradicate this.  The data can now be uploaded to a remote server, and the service provider will be responsible for managing and repairing the servers, this helps companies push off the initial cost of a setting up the IT department with human resources and equipment and also the maintenance cost of managing and repairing the equipment.

  1. IMPROVEMENT IN VEHICLE SAFETY

Cloud computing has enabled smart or intelligent vehicles that warn drivers of impending doom or take necessary actions to avoid such situations. For example, many cars now alert drivers of dangerous road conditions, some even go a step further by taking action for the driver, e.g. a car brake going off just before a collision occurs. These improvements have helped to reduce the rate of accidents on the road as the driver is not the only “intelligent” mind in the car.

  1. IMPROVED CABIN SYSTEMS

Access to the cloud has made driving a car a fun activity. Most cars have GPS systems and also connect to the internet via the driver’s phone. One can now get traffic updates as opposed to checking their phones all the time while driving. Also, this relieves the automakers “infotainment” systems by using the cloud to get information about the driver and so updates to suit the driver’s needs.

  1. RISK REDUCTION

Automotive facilities can boost their security and minimize their risk of failures by doing something as simple as switching to the cloud. The cloud service providers have dedicated expert staffs that work all hours of every day managing and ensuring security at every point in time; these experts also carry out routine checks to avoid downtimes.  In addition to this round the clock protection, cloud environments also create data and information backups, and the automotive company won’t be in the rain after an accidental loss of data. The most important task done by the service providers is delivering powerful security control (encryption).

  1. REDUCED COMPLEXITY

When it comes to the automotive industry, there is a lot of moving parts as well as data involved with producing a vehicle. The industry is complex and handling information relating to activities such as engineering simulations, business processes, demand, customer analysis, logistics and many more. Managing such information could be very tedious and hard to comprehend. However, the introduction of Cloud Computing to the industry, manufacturers can easily leverage the ease that the cloud environment provides to sort through data quickly and efficiently.

The Opertunities Cloud Brings to the Automotive Industry

March 6th, 2019 Posted by ASPICE 0 thoughts on “The Opertunities Cloud Brings to the Automotive Industry”

If you are a new startup or matured supplier that address solution of OEM to the Automotive Industry you probably already know the requirements coming from the supply quality auditor of your prospect regarding the ASPICE. This is the time to think it over and look at what the cloud solution is offering today to vendors like you.

We gave in this slide deck a quick glance on how the cloud world can extend the possibilities for vendors that are outside of the traditional automaker community.

We have built state of the art system Orcanos that already serves many companies helping them daily to achieve their compliance goal, and more than that, to maintain the organizational culture needed to keep winning the trust of the market.

 

 

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