Hanwha Systems has obtained the highest level of Level 5 certification in the latest 2.0 version of "Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)," an international R&D capacity evaluation standard.
CMMI is a global software and system quality control competency assessment model developed by the Institute of Software Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University at the request of the U.S. Department of Defense.
CMMI 2.0 version can be certified only by meeting the business and technical requirements of the entire defense R&D sector, such as applied research and development, as well as weapons systems R&D tasks.
“Hanwha Systems has improved and developed R&D processes based on CMMI, and internalized a quantitative management system to maximize work efficiency, system improvement, and innovation activities,” a company spokesman said on Dec. 2.
The company received the highest rating for meeting 188 screening requirements in 20 areas of CMMI, and it is the first acquisition in Korea based on the date of certification (October 16, 2020).