Why “Embedded Electronic Systems”?
- The modern industries (automotive, telecommunications, medical, genetics) revolution is being driven by computer systems (embedded or not).
- Increasing demand for Software Engineers.
- 90% of automotive innovation is driven by Embedded Electronics (Infineon).
- Tuning of modern engines is a software issue.
- ABS, AirBag, Infotainment, Lights, and most of systems are software controlled.
- Electronics expected to be 40% Material Cost in 2010 (SAE AEI March 2005)
- Industry estimates have suggested that the costs associated with developing automotive software accounted for around 4% of the total vehicle cost in 2002. This is expected to rise to some 13% by 2010. (Strategic Analytics, 2002)
- Automakers spend $2 billion to $3 billion a year fixing software problems – Stavros Stefanis, IBM Corp 32% of auto warranty claims in the United States are for software or electronics-related issues (Detroit News, 2005)
- Electronic Engineering and Software Engineering combined methodologies.
- SPICE, CMMI, Scrum, Agile, Autosar, etc.
- Process Planning
- Requirements Management
- Change Management
- Architecture Design
- Hardware and Software Development
- Tests and Validation
- Professional, Technical and IT
- Contingent Staffing
- Screening and Assessment
- Short/Long-term Hiring
- Retention Strategy
- Timesheets and Invoicing
- Risk Mitigation
- Talent Deployment to Client
- Agreement of Off-boarding to Client
- Facility with IT -Connectivity
- HW and SW deployment
- Facility and Equipment