By specifying a product in Valispace with parametric requirements, you can constantly check your design as you’re designing, and ensure your product is compliant with industry standards and customer needs.
Linking requirements to physical units, parameters, and calculations means verifications happen automatically and continuously as you build your system model.
Valispace takes care of two kinds of data simultaneously: The requirements data (what you want to build) and performance data (what you have built). Automatic verifications mean that those two worlds are continuously checked against each other.
Create custom test procedures based on your own criteria. Once executed your related requirements will automatically be verified (or not) based on the original requirements constraints.
Allow your whole team and any approved stakeholders to visually see the status of your verification process.
How many requirements have been verified? Which parts of the system have been verified? Which requirements are out of bounds? All these questions are easily answered with Valispace’s dashboards and requirements verification matrix.
Use the ValiAssistant to…
Automatically generate a set of requirements based on a simple idea or guideline, allowing engineers to beat the get-started paralysis.
Get automatic suggestions of improvements to requirements through requirement refinement and quality checks, therefore covering human blindspots
take a high-level requirement and break it down into several lower-level requirements, while creating the necessary parent-child relationships.
Google Docs / Microsoft Word Add on
make easy progress reports
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