Enables the integrated management and sharing of development products, says the company
Fujitsu has released PLEMIA M3/SQ-Tracer, a software package that assist in developing electronic control systems for the automotive and precision-equipment/electronics industries.
PLEMIA M3/SQ-Tracer was developed by Fujitsu Chubu Systems and the new software package assists in the development of safe, high-quality electronic control systems.
By consolidating the deliverables of the development process, establishing links among large volumes of those complex deliverables, PLEMIA M3/SQ-Tracer enables users to retrace steps in the process and quickly identify problem spots when audits become necessary, all at without imposing any additional overhead on the actual development work.
The new system has been designed and tested with complex, massive data variations that are typical of the automobile development process and it enables the integrated management and sharing of development products such as design documents, test specifications, and test result documentation.
Apart from creating links between a wide variety of development deliverables along the "deliverables-relations" dimension, the new system is also bound to four other dimensions including: "related processes," "related projects," "part codes," and "spec set."
PLEMIA M3/SQ-Tracer can be used without looking at a manual and it includes self-customisation features, allowing non-standard functions to be added and modified without any additional programming.