Omnex Announces Latest Webinars on Automotive SPICE and EwQIMS

The current ASPICE VDA scope is structured as a basic set that includes some of the management and support processes along with four plug-ins: SYS, SWE, HW, and ML (machine learning). VDA recommended scope for an assessment includes the basic set with at least one plug-in SYS, SWE, HW, or ML. Additional plug-ins and processes from ASPICE (flex scope), including processes from other PRM, can be added per the assessment purpose. The presentation by Chhabra and Kymal will be followed by a roundtable discussion on critical changes and their implications with assessors from around the globe: Nikhil Unnikrishnan (U.S.), Micael Edvardsson (Europe), and Shelfer Xu (China). The discussion will be followed by a Q&A session with the audience.

Published: Tuesday, August 22, 2023 – 12:01

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See the webinar to learn more about EwQIMS SP 11.2.0.3 release:
• Strategy and thought leadership behind the release
• Valuable insights on the features released
• Sneak preview of NPD, QHSE, and supplier quality management platforms
• Success stories and customer feedback from the SP 11.2.0.3 soft launch

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