BMW to Drive Autonomous Innovation With codeBeamer ALM

The German luxury carmaker uses Intland Software's codeBeamer ALM in the development of its autonomous driving technology

Intland Software GmbH, the developer of codeBeamer ALM, announces the adoption of its software tool by BMW. The leading German carmaker uses Intland’s Application Lifecycle Management software platform to propel the innovation and development of its autonomous driving technology.

With this high-profile automotive customer win, Intland Software’s fully integrated collaborative ALM solution takes a step further towards becoming a go-to standard tool for automotive OEMs and suppliers worldwide. codeBeamer ALM is now being used by leading German carmakers as well as a number of innovative startups worldwide to manage the collaborative development processes of driver assistance and autonomous driving systems, placing the Stuttgart-based company at the forefront of automotive innovation.

“Intland is proud to support the development of cutting-edge autonomous technology by industry-leading companies. We’re thrilled to have BMW joining our growing family of automotive users, and are happy that yet another prominent German carmaker chose codeBeamer due to its superior configurability, user interface, and scalability demonstrated during tool evaluation. Intland Software’s Agile and customer-centric approach helped us respond to BMW’s needs during the process, and we’re confident that their feedback and expertise will help further improve codeBeamer ALM to make sure it becomes an indispensable tool in automotive systems engineering globally.” says – Andreas Pabinger, VP Sales Worldwide, Intland Software.

Our self-driving development teams benefit from using codeBeamer. We were able to support our Agile development but stay in full control of our processes. Most of all, we value the traceability and transparency that the platform gives us throughout the entire lifecycle, despite the complexity of our processes and the number of developers involved.

Frederic Siepmann

Scrum Master, BMW

The special development environment at BMW aptly proves the flexibility of this integrated Application Lifecycle Management platform and that of its developers. The German carmaker uses Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) processes in conjunction with ISO 26262 compliance requirements, taking advantage of codeBeamer ALM’s Agile capabilities and compliance support. With new features having been implemented by Intland’s Agile development team in minimal time, the platform will help set a company-wide standard of requirements management at BMW.

“Our self-driving development teams benefit from using codeBeamer. We were able to support our Agile development but stay in full control of our processes. Most of all, we value the traceability and transparency that the platform gives us throughout the entire lifecycle, despite the complexity of our processes and the number of developers involved.” – Frederic Siepmann, Scrum Master at BMW added.

About Intland Software

Intland Software is the developer of codeBeamer ALM, a fully integrated and scalable enterprise Application Lifecycle Management software platform. The company is headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany with a U.S. office in the Silicon Valley, CA, and distributors worldwide. codeBeamer ALM is used by large global enterprises such as Medtronic, LG, Daimler, Samsung, and Dassault Falcon Jet to maintain control over product development lifecycle processes and to ensure compliance with relevant standards in the development of cutting-edge technology. For more information, visit intland.com.

Source: Intland Software


Categories: High Technology

Tags: application lifecycle management, automotive ALM, BMW autonomous technology, BMW self-driving, codeBeamer ALM, intland software pr, large scale scrum, LeSS


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Intland Software is the developer and sole vendor of codeBeamer ALM, a fully integrated Application Lifecycle Management solution. codeBeamer offers features and dedicated templates for the medical, automotive and aviation industries.