Integrate presents at IET System Safety Conference in Edinburgh

[17 Oct 2012] Entitled "Evidence-based Development - coupling structured argumentation with requirements development", the paper reports on an assurance process that is being applied on a large nuclear defence project in the UK. The approach draws together requirements development and structured argumentation into a unified assurance framework. Download a copy of the paper here

Integrate provides keynote speaker for Model Based Testing conference

[09 Oct 2012] Jeremy Dick, Integrate’s Principal Analyst, presented the keynote address at the 2nd Model Based Testing User Conference in Tallin on 26 September. Entitled "A personal perspective on model-based testing", Jeremy’s talk was inspired by his 20-year personal journey through the world of model-based testing.

Integrate launches KeySpy

[09 Oct 2012] integrate has added to its range of IBM Rational DOORS extensions with the launch of KeySpy for DOORS. KeySpy will be welcomed by expert DOORS users and DOORS administrators. It provides a range of tools for analysing, managing and replicating DOORS project schemas. Using KeySpy you can rapidly analyse any DOORS project to the lowest level of detail, easily trouble-shoot schema problems, quickly and reliably generate new DOORS projects based on an existing schema, improve process compliance through the ability to audit and monitor schemas and rapidly roll-out schema changes through a simple synchronisation tool.

Download your evaluation copy of KeySpy for DOORS here

Evaluation version of KEYPAQ available for download

[10 Aug 2012] A free 30-day evaluation of KEYPAQ for DOORS is now available for download from integrate's website.

Already in use by hundreds of users in organisations such as the UK MoD, KEYPAQ for DOORS provides a highly functional, process-centred productivity environment that is configured rapidly and cost-effectively. If your organisation has adopted IBM Rational DOORS, integrate's KEYPAQ will help you to realise its full potential.

Download your evaluation copy of KEYPAQ for DOORS here

Integrate presents at INCOSE International Symposium in Rome

[12 Jul 2012] Entitled "On the Complexity of Requirements Flow-down Structures", the paper discusses various approaches to measuring the complexity of requirements decomposition structures. Download a copy of the paper here

Integrate supports programme assumptions management in MoD

[20 Jun 2012] integrate is pleased to announce a contract to continue development and support of the UK MoD's Assumptions & Dependencies Management Information System (ADMIS) [more]

TraceLine for DOORS 2.1.4 released

[19 Jun 2012] TraceLine for DOORS 2.1.4, supporting DOORS 9.4, is now available for download from our support page. TraceLine provides DOORS users with a powerful and intuitive graphical browser that lets you view and manage your DOORS information in a rich, visual environment.

Integrate presents to Assurance Case Forum

[09 May 2012] integrate's Jeremy Dick presented a paper on the relationship between assurance cases and requirements at the latest meeting of the Assurance Case Forum. The Forum exchanges best practice experience in the development, presentation and structuring of Assurance Cases. It covers all aspects of the practice of Assurance Case development, considering issues of evidence selection and the development of structured arguments.

Integrate delivers Android app to commercial client

[29 Apr 2012] integrate has delivered an Android app to a client engaged in a large scale technology trial. The special purpose app combines HD video capture from a smartphone with highly accurate time-stamps from the smartphone GPS chip to fulfil one of the trials objectives. integrate Director David Hughes commented "our innovative approach shows how easily available consumer technology can be mobilised to meet stringent commercial requirements in a highly cost effective way."

Integrate secures FATS award

[25 Mar 2012] integrate is pleased to announce that it has secured a place under the Ministry of Defence’s FATS4 Framework Agreement.