Embedded Computing Design: Top five reasons why you need Requirements Traceability

Date: Dec 23, 2014
Type: In the News

by Louie De Luna


If you're designing with FPGAs under DO-254 guidance, these guidelines are a must.

Requirements Traceability is a well-proven software development practice that's improved software project management, enabling software teams to deliver high-quality applications on time and within budget. However, while already widely accepted and adopted by software engineers, Requirements Traceability is still a relatively new concept in the domain.


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