Video interview: Rijkswaterstaat
17 May 2023
In this client success story, Clarinda Dobbelaar, CMO at SIG, interviews Christiaan van Deuzen, who is responsible for the software development of the matrix signaling devices at Rijkswaterstaat.
Rijkswaterstaat is part of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management and responsible for the design, construction, management and maintenance of the main infrastructure facilities in the Netherlands.
Christiaan van Deuzen shares the challenges they face in making their matrix signaling devices more interactive and adaptable to changing trends and information sources.
The current rigid system poses some obstacles to flexibility and quick responses to functional questions. Sigrid, SIG’s software assurance platform, helps Rijkswaterstaat gain insight into their software’s maintainability and flexibility, allowing them to assess their current status, future goals, and progress towards modernization.
By breaking down large code chunks into smaller, more manageable components, development teams can work in parallel, resulting in increased speed, better quality, and transparency. Sigrid provides control, transparency, and predictability, enabling the team to secure support from stakeholders.
Rijkswaterstaat’s ambition is to achieve four-star quality for critical software this year, and with the help of Sigrid, they expect to achieve this goal next year.
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