Malin Rosqvist

Opening session

The first ever digital Software Center Reporting workshop gathered 200 participants from both partner organisations and guests. Thank you all for participating and for help making the workshop a successful event! More documentation and links will be added. Agenda 10:00-10:15: Opening – Jan Bosch 10:15-10:30: Introduction of new partners: DEIF, Allan Agerholm, Vice President, R&D Product & Application and Martin Mallan, Vice President, R&D >> DEIF presentation (pdf) 10:30-11:00: Keynote

Call for CHAIR Consortium Seed Projects 2020

The CHAIR Consortium calls for seed project proposals (budget not exceeding 300 kSEK) that address AI research projects with given themes. Important dates: – Submission due : May  15, 2020  (the date is firm) – Notification: June 25, 2020 – Project start :  Latest Oct 1st 2020 – Project end: Latest March 1st 2021 The CHAIR Consortium consists of the following partners: Chalmers, Volvo Group, CEVT, Volvo Cars, Ericsson and

WS exploratory testing

On Friday February 28, some 30 persons participated at a workshop on exploratory testing at the Ericsson site in Gothenburg. The participants came from Axis Communications, Ericsson, Grundfos, Saab, Volvo Cars and Volvo Trucks. The workshop was organized by Daniel Ståhl (Ericsson), Torvald Mårtensson (Saab) and Antonio Martini (Chalmers). The workshop was arranged as part of the Software Center Project #6 studies on exploratory testing. The day started with a

Sprint 17 reporting workshop at Gothia Towers

Today, some 130 Software Center enthusiasts met at Gothia Towers in Gothenburg for the sprint No 17 Reporting workshop. We conclude that Software Center now has 14 industrial and 5 academic partners, joining forces to significantly improve the digitalization capability of the European Software-Intensive industry. A warm thank you to each and everyone who contributed with talks, presentations, poster and discussions! Below, a few presentations from the workshop: Opening: Opening

Presentations from June Reporting Workshop 2019

The spring 2019 reporting workshop took place at Hotel11 in Gothenburg. Available presentations are linked in the agenda below: Agenda 10:00-10.15:  Welcome & introduction: Jan Bosch 10:15-10.45:  Industrial perspectives: Up-dates from Software Center partners on the impact of digitalization: Cathrine Davidson & Mats Lindahl, Jeppesen 10:45-11.15  Theme presentations: – Continuous Delivery: Kristian Sandahl – Continuous Architecture: Jan Carlson – Metrics: Miroslaw Staron – Customer Data- and Ecosystem-Driven Development: Helena Holmström Olsson 11.15-12.30:  Software Center exploration space & coffee – overview

Software Center Annual Report 2018

We have had quite a year 2018 with many successes and positive developments. To name just a few: We kicked off and grew the senior leaders, product management and systems engineering communities in response to the broadened scope of Software Center. We added CEVT as a new partner during this year and experience very strong interest from several other companies so I am hopeful that we will add new partners

Software Center Annual Report

The Software Center Annual Report is summarizing activities, projects and publications in Software Center during 2017.    2017 is the year that Software Center changed perspective from the more confined scope of best practices to software engineering to the broader scope of digitalization. In addition, we changed the scope from Nordic to European. So, the expanded mission of Software Center is to “improve the digitalization capability of the European Software-Intensive industry