Decompose your system and assign your team members directly to subsystem, requirement and interface elements. Any element specified at the architecture level will be set up within the workflows for your team to connect directly into their domain work so nothing is missed from day 1.
From architecture to implementation, any block in Flow can start as a simple equation that can be eventually replaced with an Excel model and then a multi-file Python simulation. These domain models can be linked directly to requirements either to derive or verify them.
Any element created is instantly placed under configuration control so when a change happens, affected team members are auto-notified for review. When approved, the change is auto-propagated across the entire system and the current baseline is updated.
With models, tests and requirements linked from the start, engineers can continuously verify requirements as they work throughout the project. Any verification failures are immediately flagged to the relevant members rather than discovering them in a late design review.
Flow provides a single configuration management process for all your design artefacts. This enables us to create a single global picture of how your system is linked and how it evolved over time. See the entire change history of the system and roll-back anytime if something goes wrong.
Design reviews can be overwhelming so Flow makes these meetings more informed by bringing a social feed to teams. It captures the entire team's changes, verifications and roll-ups in a single cohesive place. Engineers can now view each others' latest statuses anytime, anywhere.