December 5, 2019 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Join us for the second-annual JamaCon Europe — the leading user conference for requirements management. Learn about new and upcoming technical and business capabilities powered by Jama, discover industry trends and customer successes directly from other Jama users, and participate in hands-on workshops to get the most out of Jama Connect™.
EMEA Sector Director
Quality Product Manager
Poul Martin Ravn
Product Quality Analyst
|18:00 - 21:00||Happy Hour Wolf Atelier, Westerdoksplein 20, 1013 AZ Amsterdam Directions|
|8:00 - 09:30||Networking Breakfast|
|9:30 - 9:45||Welcome David Falkingham, VP Sales EMEA, Jama Software|
|9:45 - 10:10||Business Update - Global Scott Roth, CEO, Jama Software|
|10:10 - 10:30||Business Update - EMEA Stuart Heavyside, President of Field Operations, Jama Software|
|10:30 – 11:15||Where Next for Systems Engineering? Paul Schreinemakers, EMEA Sector Director, INCOSE Why systems engineering as a discipline must adapt to deal with the complex challenges ahead of us, such as AI, big data, autonomous systems, and socio-technical systems.|
|11:15 - 11:30||Networking Breakfast|
|11:30 – 12:15||Jama Product Update Josh Turpen, CPO, Jama Software The Jama Product team presents key themes and needs they're hearing from customers as well as recent release highlights, areas of investment, and roadmap considerations.|
|12:15 – 13:30||Networking Lunch|
|13:30 – 14:15||From Waterfall to Scrum Keeping Waterfall Documentation Harald Hotz-Behofsits, Product Manager, Frequentis Best practices for regulated industries using Jama, Jira, continuous Integration, automated testing, and permanent involvement of safety and quality management.|
|14:15 – 14:30||Wrap-up and instructions for the rest of the day David Falkingham, VP Sales EMEA, Jama Software|
|14:30 - 14:45||Transfer to Rooms & Networking Break|
|14:45 - 16:15||
Track 1: Jama in the Ecosystem
Eric Rickson, Sr. Director Professional Services, Jama Software
The Jama Professional Services team outlines common scenarios and best practices for how customers are integrating Jama Connect into their broader development ecosystem.
Track 2: Removing Obstacles to Adoption Matt Mickle, Sr. Consultant, Jama Software Learn more about processes and configurations to support the use of Jama Connect to remove obstacles and hindrances in order to encourage end-user adoption.
|16:15 - 16:30||Transfer to Rooms & Networking Break|
|16:30 - 18:00||
User Group 1: Safety Critical Systems With Jama
Lars Jensen, Quality Product Manager, 3Shape TRIOS
Poul Martin Ravn, System Architect, 3Shape TRIOS
Learn more about a system approach to ISO 14971 risk management with a look at meta model/linking and implementation.
User Group 2: Documentation Automation. How far can we go? Sara Arietaleaniz, Product Quality Analyst, KIRO Grifols Documentation can consist of laborious, systemic tasks and requires non-automated content. How far can we go in automation? What are the advantages and challenges?
User Group 3: Using Jama to create a Single Source of Truth for System Development Bridget Dowling, Systems Engineer, Analog Devices Requirements capture normally occurs in a standard format and can be easily incorporated into Jama. Backend data for verification and validation can be presented in many formats making it trickier to present in a standard format. Using new workflows and utilizing the Jama API we can communicate between different tools and incorporate all the information within Jama creating a single source of truth.
|18:00 – 19:00||Happy Hour|
Join us at Hilton Schiphol Amsterdam, on December 5th for the full day user conference.
JamaCon will be held at the Hilton Schiphol Airport, Schiphol Boulevard 701, 1118 BN Schiphol, Netherlands.
Upon arrival at the Hilton, please head towards the registration desk on the first floor. There, you will receive your badge and be redirected to the conference room.
From Schiphol Arrival Halls (Option 1)
From the Arrival halls (1, 2, 3 or 4), go towards the central hall (Schiphol Plaza) where the train stations are situated. Look for the Hilton sign and take the escalator up. Follow the Hilton signs in the hallway and keep walking straight forward. The entrance of Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is at the end of the hallway. The whole walk takes about five minutes.
From Schiphol Arrival Halls (Option 2)
From the Arrival hall, follow the signs to Schiphol Plaza where you can exit the terminal. Cross over the bus stations and walk past the right side towards the Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Keep walking along the boulevard until the Hilton signs give you further direction towards the entrance. The whole walk takes about five minutes.
From Amsterdam/Utrecht: From the A4 highway, take exit 2 towards Schiphol. Take the left lane towards “Lang Parkeren” to the connecting road to Schiphol Boulevard. Turn left following the sign “Hotels” onto Schiphol Boulevard. The hotel will be on your right.
From Rotterdam/ The Hague: From the A4 highway, use the right lane to Exit 2 towards Schiphol. Keep right at the fork and follow the signs for U5/ Vracht/ Cargo. Continue onto Schiphol Boulevard. The hotel will be on your right – follow the signs to the hotel parking.
When entering the parking, mention that you are part of JamaCon and you will be granted a free parking.
We expect this event to reach capacity quickly, so we encourage you to register now to reserve your spot and sign up to receive JamaCon Europe updates.
JamaCon 2018 was the first time we've gathered our European customers for an event strictly devoted to connecting with each other, sharing our vision for the future of product development, and enhancing knowledge of our platform, company and values.