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Integration management by engineers and scientists

A multi-line and interdisciplinary project leads in a phase, in which the lines of development must be united in a whole. When the size of a project gets bigger and the system architecture gets more complex, the requirements on a successful integration management get higher.

It is essential for a successful integration management to use a risk-based approach as well as an early definition and specification of interfaces. The engineers and scientists of HELVETING know the necessary strategies to integrate complex mechatronic system components. In order to do this, integration managers of HELVETING draw on their knowhow in verification and test environment. They benefit from our experience in highly regulated branches such as aerospace or medical engineering.

By combining established approaches and optimising them continuously, we are able to offer customer-tailored solutions for a successful integration of product components. The Cross Engineering by HELVETING guarantees an efficient method development for the system integration and helps to shorten your development times. Your advantage is the short time-to-market and therefore an earlier market entrance.

Task Force

In case something goes wrong, HELVETING offers a strong-willed task force team capable of acting with well-practised and effective methods for error detection and correction. Transparent planning and consequential prompt communication are then critical to success.

Integration managers

On a project management level, HELVETING has single specialists or whole teams, who are at your disposal. We are able to fulfil the integration tasks in-house in accord with the HELVETING engineering process (HEP) or also in your company on site. On demand, we supply experts as an outsourced engineering assignment.


HELVETING prefers the assembly of interdisciplinary teams. The methodology depends strongly on the project status:

  • Project status analysis / error analysis
  • Definition and planning of measures
  • Planning of integration test(s), verification
  • Error analysis / correction
  • Correction (improvement)
  • Communication / reporting
  • Approval & closure

Competences, methods & tools

  • Change management
  • Verification and validation
  • Test management
  • Risk management