2019 - Another Exciting Year at
As many might have seen from our news feed, we were able
to announce record
revenue in 2018 and over the past 5 years, and have
made some exciting
hires to our worldwide sales team. All of this
will help us make 2019 an even more exciting year in our
drive to leverage the inherent traceability and compliance
awareness of our IP Management platform, Percipient.
This is of particular interest to our partners in the
automotive functional safety space where standards like
ISO26262 require traceability across requirements,
hierarchical defect tracking, and design data releases.
Please save the dates and watch our website and upcoming
announcements for more information on an ISO26262
webinar to be held in May and our 2019 Methodics
User Group meeting to be held in September where we
will provide more coverage on these important topics.
By the way, if any of the topics covered in this
newsletter grabs your interest, please contact us.
We're happy to answer your questions.
IP Lifecycle Management and
Traceability for the Enterprise
Watch Simon's Interview during DVCon with Sanjay
Gangal of EDACafe
Methodics is excited to be a presenter, panelist, and/or
exhibitor at the events listed below.
PLEASE SAVE THE FOLLOWING DATES FOR METHODICS-SPECIFIC
Methodics will be hosting an educational ISO26262
related webinar in conjunction with IQPC, the
International Quality and Productivity Center on May 14.
Watch for details in April.
Also, we are happy to announce that the 2019 Methodics
User Group is now scheduled for September 24 and
25. More details and an agenda will be provided as
we get closer to that date.
In the meantime, you can read the
summary of the 2018 Methodics User Group meeting here.
We expect the 2019 meeting to be even bigger and
To pre-schedule a meeting at one of these events, or to
learn more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you there!
White Paper: Traceability for the
Design Verification Process
New products usually start
with a set of requirements. Once the requirements are
reasonably well understood, the design process itself
can start. As part of the design process, teams run a
series of verification steps to confirm that the design
works as expected.
In most cases, this
verification is being done even as the design evolves.
This results in a dynamic environment where it is not
always clear exactly what was tested on which version of
the quickly changing design.
This white paper talks about
adding traceability to design verification so that teams
can definitively and easily document the exact state of
the verification at any point in the design process.
This provable documented status of verification is
particularly important when trying to meet FuSa
specifications like ISO26262 and DO-254.