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`Läuft die Software, fährt das Auto’
`Läuft die Software, fährt das Auto’

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Summer, sunshine, summer school – three good reasons to come to Berlin-Griebnitzsee from June 12 - 16, 2017.

Learn how to correctly develop model-based software models and safeguard them according to standards like ISO 26262, ISO 250xx, and ASPICE: from requirements, software architecture, function development, and implementation to target integration.

Date: June 12 - 16, 2017
Costs: € 2,400 plus VAT per participant

The 10% early bird discount ends Friday, March 31, 2017.

Register now!

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Attending embedded world? Mark your calendars for March 15, 2017 at 5 p.m. when MES CEO Dr. Heiko Dörr will discuss "Software Project Quality Metrics as a Management Tool" as part of Session 21 II: Management Focus II.

We look forward to seeing you there or at our booth 515 in hall 4!

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We wish to invite you to our upcoming training workshop "Testing Models the Right Way - From Requirements to Model Testing", from March 30 - 31 in Berlin, Germany.

Get an in-depth look at all aspects of model testing!

The training will be held in English.

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Want to learn best practice approaches to modeling guidelines and model complexity?

Then mark our next webinar "High Software Quality via Static Model Analysis with MXAM and M-XRAY" on March 1 and 2 in your calendars!

Register via our website:

Participation is free of charge.

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MES Summer School on Introduction to Model-based Software Development
Registration is now open!

Dates: June 12 – 16, 2017
Language: English
Cost: € 2,400 per participant (special fee available for academic staff)
Venue: avendi Hotel Griebnitzsee, Rudolf-Breitscheid-Straße 190, 14482 Potsdam-Babelsberg, Germany

Early bird discount of 10% on registrations before March 31, 2017

Learn all about it:

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Do not miss our next webinar on "Reducing Test Efforts for Highly-configurable Systems" (Feb 14+15) to find out the cost factors of testing a product line system and discuss how test efforts can be reduced while maintaining test quality.
Participation is free of charge.

Date: February 14 and 15, 2017
Register today:

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Do you know how to attain an ISO 26262-compliant software development process?
In this webinar we will provide step-by-step practical guidance on how to achieve compliance with the ISO 26262 requirements.

The webinar takes place on two alternative dates in English. Participation is free of charge.
Date 1: Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Time: 4-5 pm CET (Berlin)/ 10 am EDT (Detroit)/ 8:30 pm IST (Bangalore)/ 11 pm CST (Beijing)/ 12 pm JST (Tokyo)

Date 2: Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Time: 10-11 am CET (Berlin)/ 4 am EDT (Detroit)/ 2:30 pm IST (Bangalore)/ 5 pm CST (Beijing)/ 6 pm JST (Tokyo)

We look forward to welcoming you!


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We kindly invite you to our next webinar: ISO 26262-compliant Testing with MTest v.4.1 on January 17 and 18.

This webinar provides an introduction to requirements-based functional testing using MES Test Manager® (MTest) and presents the new features of MTest v.4.1.

Participation is free of charge.

Click here to register:


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Join the next meeting of the MGIGroup on December 6, 2016 on the topic: Latest ISO 26262 Update – Focusing Concurrency

Main aspects of ISO 26262 have been retained during this update with regard to modeling guidelines, however the topic 'Representation of concurrency aspects' has been added.

Since this will be a safety-critical aspect in the future, it is already worth considering established best practices. What are your experiences with concurrent models? How did you build these so far? What are the systematic changes?

Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Time: 3 p.m. CET (Berlin)/ 9 a.m. EST (Detroit)/ 7:30 p.m. IST (Bangalore)/ 10 p.m. CST (Beijing)/ 11 p.m. JST (Tokyo)

Introduction (MES)
Presentation “Latest ISO 26262 Update – Focusing Concurrency” (MES)
Discussion (among MGIGroup members)

Major points for discussion:
What are your experiences with concurrent models?
How did you model these so far? What are the systematic changes?
Which best practices should be included in modeling guidelines?

We look forward to your participation.

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Meet us on Thursday (November 24, 2016) at the Forum Mécatronique
exhibition in Paris!
Take the opportunity to participate in a tool demonstration and get to
know our quality tools: MES Model Examiner, MES Test Manager, MES
M-XRAY, and the MES Quality Commander:
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