Requirements management in Easy Redmine

The proper management of customer requirements is a basic prerequisite for well-implemented projects. Requirements management includes several key principles such as collecting, analyzing, refining and prioritizing product requirements.

Thanks to these prerequisites, you are able to monitor and evaluate new requirements in the various industry sectors, coordinate changes and above all, have a clear overview of the work done in connection with the client's requirements.

V-model in Redmine

The wonderful example of real use is the ISO 26262 or Automotive Spice standards, which are the basic milestones of professional quality, for example in the design of the car vehicle or its part. These standards require a unique and proven connecting element between the requirements of the customer and the final product. In principle, a diagram called V-model is visually designed to achieve the desired traceability not only between the implementation tasks and requirements but also the other subjects of the project life cycle.

Easy Redmine 2018 - Requirements management - V-model

Easy Redmine 2018 - Requirements management - V-model

With Easy Redmine and its plug-ins, it is possible to meet those standards efficiently. In the Easy Redmine plugin called “Requirements”, you can define the requirements and their safety risks in detail by categorizing them according to ASIL level (A-D), linking them to the implementation tasks, and tracking the current status of the tasks. This detailed view can also be directly available to end customer whose cloud only monitors the current status of the project in the plugin requirements.

Easy Redmine 2018 - Requirements management - requirement overview

Easy Redmine 2018 - Requirements management - requirement overview

Additionally, Easy Redmine offers a number of other plugins preconfigured to fully support the ISO 26262 or Automotive Spice based on V-model phases that have been successfully implemented as a toolkit for many clients.

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ISO26262/Automotive spice phase based on V-model

Requirements Specification of safety requirements
Wiki Architectural and SW design evidence
Integration with repositories
(ex. SVN, GIT) + Agile board
Unit Implementation
Integration with
Continuous integration (ex. Jenkins)
Automated Unit testing
Test cases Integration testing + Verification of safety requirements


Author: Petr Vávra, Lukáš Beňa

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