Requirements Engineering for Safety-Critical Systems

Available On Demand until July 12, 2018

In safety-critical projects, Requirements Engineering is often perceived as a “necessary evil” rather than active support in the development process. Challenges arise between the writing of requirements, categories and levels of abstraction, and the high degree of freedom in Functional Safety Standards, and the practical benefits of effective requirements engineering are lost. 

Please join us as Martin Heininger, global requirements engineering and safety-critical systems expert, discusses the challenges of creating proper System and Software requirements and shares the practical benefits of Requirements Engineering. 

In this Webinar, you will learn:
  • How to Identify, manage, and solve problems earlier and easier
  • Enable transparency through traceability, effective impact-analysis, and regression verification strategies
  • How to derive Software requirements from System requirements
  • And how all project stakeholders can come to agreements based on a shared technical understanding.


Martin Heininger, Owner, HEICON Global Engineering

Martin Heininger is the owner of the global engineering company, HEICON. Prior to starting HEICON 12 years ago, Martin was a Test Engineer with TESCOM, an Emerson Company, as well as a Software Systems Test Engineer with Diehl Aerospace. Today, Martin’s focus is on software engineering, specifically software verification and requirements engineering, with additional expertise in Functional Safety, Tool Evaluation, Quality Assurance, Embedded Systems, Configuration Management, and many other areas. With HEICON, Martin has had the privilege of working with some of the world’s most recognizable brands like Bosch, Sony, Rolls-Royce, and Airbus.

Cary Bryczek, Sr. Solutions Architect, Jama Software

Cary Bryczek joined the Jama team in September 2013 as the Principal Solutions Architect for Aerospace and Defense. Her role includes creating collaborative systems engineering solutions for heavily regulated industries within Jama’s software, that improves stakeholder involvement and streamlines compliance efforts. With over 15 years of experience as a systems engineer, Cary has worked with companies such as Lockheed Martin, Defense Intelligence Agency, and PTC, and is an active member of INCOSE, AAMI and IEEE.


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