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How Do Agile Practices Support Automotive SPICE Compliance?

: Diebold, Philipp; Zehler, Thomas; Richter, Dominik


Bendraou, Reda (Ed.); Raffo, David (Ed.); LiGuo, Huang (Ed.); Maggi, Fabrizio Maria (Ed.) ; Association for Computing Machinery -ACM-:
International Conference on Software and System Process, ICSSP 2017. Proceedings : Paris, France, July 05 - 07, 2017
New York: ACM Press, 2017
ISBN: 978-1-4503-5270-3
International Conference on Software and Systems Process (ICSSP) <2017, Paris>
Fraunhofer IESE ()
Automotive SPICE; agile software development; agile software method; software process improvement

In the automotive domain, Automotive SPICE® is a common requirement for software and system development. Most automotive companies face the problem of complying with this model, especially, when dealing with agile development in order to benefit from advantages, such as higher customer collaboration or faster development. This paper describes the evaluation of how agile practices support Automotive SPICE requirements, based on literature reviews and expert opinion and including 772 mappings. 103 of 155 agile practices including Scrum and XP were used to cover 173 of 185 Automotive SPICE requirements (base practices and work products). Most Automotive SPICE base practices are supported (96%), while there is less support for work products (87%). The results are coherent with existing more high-level mappings but show more details. These results enable companies to benefit from agile without compromising Automotive SPICE conformity.