We are your partner for the development of safety relevant electronics.
With our long lasting experience and expertise in this area we assist not only in the application of Functional Safety but also in establishing a lasting safety culture.
As experienced safety managers and engineers we assist in your product development – from concept work to safety case.
IEC 61508 – ISO 13849 – IEC 62021
The machine industry is subject to the Machinery Directive and a set of different, harmonized standards that are linked to it.
Our know-how covers machinery standards of all three levels (A, B, and C) and the connected, regulatory requirements.
- Implementing measures required by type B standards (ISO13849 and IEC62061) related to general safety design principles.
- Performing hazard identification and analysis (as per type A standard ISO12100)
- Analyzing safety functions and requirements specific to different types of machinery products (type C standards).
ISO 26262 – ISO/PAS 21448
The automotive industry is evolving dynamically, maybe now more than ever. And standards and regulatory frameworks must keep pace with it.
We support our customers in implementing the classical ISO26262 processes as per ASIL B from scratch; as well as in mentoring and coaching it, to establish an independent safety culture able to cope with the complete safety Life Cycle.
We just built up our competences in the recently released ISO/PAS 21448 (SOTIF) standard and support one of our customer to perform a software dependency analysis (DFA) for a level 4 autonomy highway pilot.
EN50126 – EN50128 – EN50129
The railway industry is, like machinery, a highly regulated industry where the conformity with technical standards has a binding relation to directives and legal requirements.
We provide consultancy regarding the generic RAMS process standard EN50126, as well as corresponding technical standards for communication and signaling systems, related to software EN-50128 and to hardware EN-50129. Our expertise also reaches the overall and cross-industry Functional Safety norm, IEC61508.