Category Archive for "safety engineering"

Safety-critical development

Achieving Functional Safety in Safety-critical Embedded Systems

As manufacturers are adding more and more embedded technology and software to their devices in practically all industries, ensuring the safety and dependability of these software-imbued products is becoming a pressing issue – and as a consequence, a hot topic
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Should You Adopt ALM for Safety-Critical Development?

Should You Adopt ALM for Safety-Critical Development?

Most companies involved in the development of safety-critical devices such as airborne electronic equipment, automotive embedded systems, or medical devices have their tried and tested development processes. They have invested a lot of time, effort and money into formulating workflows

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ALM Software for Software Quality Assurance (SQA)-Intland-Software

ALM Software for Software Quality Assurance (SQA)

One of the biggest concerns of the CTO at any enterprise stepping into realm of software development, is how to ensure that they will get the features required within the final product. This is especially true for projects where functional

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Safety Critical Software Development-Regulations-Compliance

Safety Critical System Development: Regulations and Compliance

The one thing that all safety critical systems have in common, no matter the intended industry, is that they are always heavily regulated and require certification against industry standards by the relevant governing body. Compliance requirements for a wide range

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Root Cause Analysis

Using Root Cause Analysis to Drive Process Improvement

RCA (Root Cause Analysis) is a deductive safety engineering method used to analyze a problem, identify its causes and the measures that could be taken to prevent it from occurring again (with this latter step, the method is extended to

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