Working in a system engineering environment means that you always have to define interfaces. This fact applies to mechanical, hydraulic, electric as well as electronic systems.
When you start defining electronic interfaces you usually develop respective Interface Control Documents (ICDs).
No matter if you create simple systems with few interacting units or complex airliner avionics with hundreds of units you must be aware what every ICD must contain to be complete.
Interface Control Documents are always composed of:
Being aware of the need for a complete ICD description is half the battle. Having good tooling to manage smooth development activities is the victory!
dBricks gains your ICD development activities with the following approach:
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