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Sylvia in portrait: About Cinderella, functional development and competence in the subjunctive

Cinderella has big dark eyes and long, flowing blonde hair that has a shimmering red tint – she could easily advertise hair shampoo. She is 37 years old and when she starts running, the whole earth trembles. Although she measures only 1.37 meters, she knows exactly how to get what she wants. “Stubborn” would be […]

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Pair Specification as a further step to improve our development process

At VAIVA we develop embedded software and have to comply with various standards such as ASPICE, ISO26262 and KGAS (VW guideline). All these standards require a more or less high degree of independence for the role of the software tester. This means that the tester must not be the creator of the software (the test […]

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3 Questions for… CTO Christian Gruber

“Let’s see if we’ll be flying by then.”: says Christian when asked how he imagines the car in 2040. In this interview with our CTO Christian Gruber, he talks about his job and his future of the car and VAIVA. Hi Christian, when does a CTO do a good job? The CTO`s job is multi-faceted, […]

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Variety of topics in practical course at Coburg University at the start of the semester

The third VAIVA practical course at the Coburg University of Applied Sciences provided students with comprehensive insights into the development of embedded software, functions, as well as virtual safeguarding and the professional field of function and software developers in the automotive sector. Interactive exercises and lively exchanges ensured a motivating start to the semester. At […]

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A business trip to get a deeper understanding of constraints and challenges in daily worklife

A strong and long-lasting collaboration is best developed through regular personal and professional exchange. Therefore, it was now time to further consolidate the collaboration of VAIVA and ProIT in workshops and to give the opportunity to learn more about the constraints and challenges of each other’s work in an interactive exchange of software developers and […]

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Intern-Blog – Part 2

Work, Swimming, going out to eat and soccer practice later. And btw: “Tim would you please bring our present to our friends later?” – sure Mom glad I can help. In the beginning of my Internship I was trying to be in the Office by 8am and subsequently leave by 4:30pm. If I did good […]

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ASPICE briefly explained and how to make the leap to level 3

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been proudly reporting on our re-certification to ASPICE Level 2. What exactly ASPICE means, why it is so important in our daily work and what we need for level 3, Tom, expert for software test management, answers our questions. What exactly does ASPICE mean and what is behind the […]

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Reliable simulations as a success factor in the development of highly automated vehicles

One of the most important success factors in the development of highly automated vehicles is the verification and validation of simulations. At this year’s Graz Symposium Virtual Vehicle (GSVF), VAIVA shared detailed insights from our wealth of experience and showed efficient ways to achieve high quality results in the field of simulation development.. At this […]

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Putting the puzzle together piece by piece – Vinita in portrait

Courage, passion, fascination and a lot of energy – that is Vinita’s recipe for life and applies both to the race track in India and to her job as a function developer at VAIVA. She always keeps the big picture in mind for the perfect interaction of all components for a safe vehicle. The black […]

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