Program 2017

15 November 201716 November 2017
08:15

Registration – Day 1

Parallel Workshops & Tutorials:

08:30-10:35

Tutorial 1

OEMs in Wonderland – How to find the balance between disruption and a controlled transformation process

  • Traditional development
  • Agile alternative
  • Organization change
  • Empowered working teams
  • Transformation challenges
  • Revised processes

Andreas Heinecke, MHP

08:30-9:30

Tutorial 3

Commercial & Legal Best Practice @ Agile Collaboration!

  • Agile collaboration contract
  • Pricing elements and relations
  • Agile fixed price
  • Money for nothing and change for free

Kristian Borkert,
JURIBO Legal & Consulting

09:35-10:35

Tutorial 4

DevOps and dependency management for C and C++ programmers

  • Why proper dependency management is a necessity for continuous delivery
  • Common agile pitfalls with Git submodules, Git LFS and binaries stored in Git
  • Introduction to conan.io, a cross-platform dependency manager for C and C++
  • How to build on multiple platforms and configurations with minimal effort
  • Live demo and example projects

Johannes Nicolai, Enterprise Solutions Engineer, GitHub

08:30-10:35

Workshop 1

AGILE – impacting the collaboration between OEM and Tier 1

  • Improved collaboration models
  • Ideas and experience exchange
  • Stakeholders and business processes behind (e.g. sourcing process)

Stefan Weber, Continental
Sascha Preissler, Elektrobit

10:35

Break

Parallel Workshops & Tutorials:

10:45
Tutorial 2

Scaled Agility in Regulated Environments

  • Usage of scaled agile frameworks
  • Scaled agility and agile methods differences
  • Sustaining an assessement or audit (e.g. Automotive SPICE, CMMI or AS9100)

Peter Pedross, PEDCO

Tutorial 5

How Value Stream Integration and DevOps are transforming car development

  • Scale Agile and DevOps
  • Team collaboration boost
  • Minimize waste
  • Ensure fast delivery
  • High quality software

Michael Jahn, Tasktop
René Te Strote, BMW

Workshop 2

Agile Organization Readiness Check

  • Self-assessments
  • Best-in-class comparrison
  • Strategy, roadmap, and measures towards an agile organization

Frank Sazama, Frank Besemer,
Kugler Maag Cie

12:45

Lunch

CONFERENCE:

13:45

Welcome

Prof. Dr Hans Christian Reuss, FKFS
Horst Hientz, Kugler Maag Cie

14:00

A SAFe® and scalable approach to Lean-Agile for Hardware and Technical Engineering

  • Using Lean and Agile mindset to improve business results
  • Applying SAFe to Hardware and Mechanical Engineering
  • An iterative and incremental approach to building systems
  • Customer success stories

Inbar Oren, Scaled Agile Inc.

14:45

AGILE – just do it

  • Launch of agile pilot projects in a very short time with sensational successes
  • Experiences and necessary conditions to transfer the general approach onto a concrete company

Axel Schröder, AS&P
Steffen Golz, Porsche

15:15

Break

15:45

Agile projects in the project initiation phase: Assessment, organisation and contract

  • Agile projects experiences
  • Engineerig-Services Provider and OEM/Tier 1 cooperation
  • Offer and contract proposal
  • Modified project roles of agile teams

Veit Lemke,
Stefan Schmidt, IAV

16:15

Taking CI to the next level using Automated Visteon Corporate Jenkins Template and Docker Deployment

  • CI Challenges experience and need to address them
  • Research, pilot and results
  • Deployment and Demo

Ganesh Kumar, Visteon

16:45

Break

17:00

An Agile Development Method for Multiple Product Lines of Automotive Software Systems

  • Experience made and benefits gained such as a reduction of the costs and complexity of the multiple product lines, and improvement of on-time delivery

Kengo Hayashi,
Mikio Aoyama, DENSO

17:30

Agile in Braking Systems

  • Feasibility and benefits of agile methods applied to safety critical systems (ASIL D), very large projects with very strong dependencies between HW and SW

Dr Ingo Alfter, ZF TRW
Dr Ulrich Bodenhausen, Vector Consulting

18:00

Closing – Day 1
Prof. Reuss,
Horst Hientz

End – Day 1

19:00

Dinner

Networking Event
Meet and mingle with the other participants. Make new friends. Exchange your personal experience on your agile in automotive projects.

08:00

Registration – Day 2

08:30

Welcome and Summary Day 1
Prof. Dr Hans Christian Reuss, FKFS
Horst Hientz, Kugler Maag Cie

08:45

Business digitization builds on BizDevOps capabilities

  • Digital transformation demands a different way of working and a strategic company approach
  • Experiences and plans to build-up BizDevOps capabilities for a more service-centric business

Håkan Schildt, Scania

09:30

Agile@ZF – our way of transformation

  • Experiences and lessons learned agile scaling
  • New culture implementation. Approaches and ideas to change the organization

Michael Wolff,
Peter Feulner, ZF Friedrichshafen

10:15

Break

10:45

Experiences with SAFe implementation

  • Agile transformation for trucks development
  • Experiences and challenges of implementing SAFe

Fredrik Westin,
Jens Svensson, Volvo Trucks

11:30

A journey of scaling agility

  • Retrospectives and outlook from many years of scaling agility for SW/HW products and various corporate functions – Approaches and tools to overcome certain limitations of Scrum

Richard Mutschler,
Alexander Burst, ETAS

12:15

Agile methodology and Automotive SPICE across company borders

  • Agile development of an app with back-end access to vehicle data
  • Challenges and Solutions for keeping Agility while fullfill ASPICE

Tobias Bressler, IAV
Markus Müller, Kugler Maag Cie

12:15

Lunch

14:00

Multi-Stage-CI System to speed up the SW development in a cross-organizational environment

  • Distributed SW development teams to develop, integrate and validate independently SW product parts as fast as possible
  • Keeping SW quality on the defined and implemented level

Robert Martin, BMW

14:45

In search of Trust, Learning and Managing Complexity

  • Approaches and learnings – beyond traditional change projects – from cultural and structural changes needed

Maria Hansson, Volvo Cars

15:30

Break

16:00

Fish Bowl: Agile in Automotive – Challenges and Actions to be taken?

  • Collaboration approaches for new development partnerships in automotive which aim to develop new SW-specific solutions with the highest level of customer satisfaction and quality

Agile Automotive Community Members

17:15

Closing & Outlook 2018

Prof. Dr Hans Christian Reuss,
Horst Hientz

17:30

End – Day 2 and Conference