Quick! Here’s a riddle for you: What’s a troop transport that can’t carry troops; a reconnaissance vehicle that’s too conspicuous to do reconnaissance; and a quasi-tank that has less armor than a snowblower … but has enough ammo to take out halfcla of D.C.?
The $645k (CAD) contract is awarded under the Build In Canada Innovation Program (BCIP) to apply Natural Language Processing technology to requirements quality analysis – with the goal of substantial cost savings & on-time project development within the Canadian Department of National Defence (DND).
Between 1985 and 1987, a radiation therapy device called the Therac-25 was involved in at least six incidents in which the device delivered massive overdoses of radiation. The patients involved suffered radiation burns and symptoms of radiation poisoning. Three of those patients eventually died. All because of a latent software bug. A race condition that […]
Interviewed by Cornelius Fichtner from The Project Management Podcast, our CEO, Jordan Kyriakidis, explore the root causes of poorly written requirements. And more importantly… How to fix them!
Since beginning our mission to “Rethink Requirements,” we’ve encountered many teams stuggling to… Develop new requirements specification from scratch Improve the structure and format of existing requirements documents Getting approval for their requirements documents quickly Comply with standards such as the U.S. DoD’s MIL-STD-961E Streamline the process of specifying commercial products
Marinvent Corporation and QRA Corp are pleased to announce the immediate availability of the integrated version of QRA’s QVscribe requirements tool with Marinvent´s Synthesis® certification tools
Leveraging the Requirements Analysis Capabilities within QVscribe, the partnership will integrate QRA’s Natural Language Processing with Marinvent’s Synthesis Tool Suite for ensuring project optimization remains clear & consistent with one easy analysis.