The realisation of functional safety is becoming increasingly important and yet developing software in accordance with IEC 61508 appears difficult and time-consuming. As such, processes and tools are required which make it possible to create safe and certifiable systems in accordance with IEC 61508 simply.
Your path to the certified system follows a safe development process. The iFSM (infoteam Functional Safety Management) project guidelines, which are certified to SIL 3 in accordance with IEC 61508, delivers exactly this process.
The iFSM supports you in the standard-compliant documentation and performance of projects in accordance with the specifications of functional safety management. Comprehensively prepared sample templates for the documentation required by the standard facilitate project work.
Time-consuming integration of all those involved in the project in the standard is no longer necessary when using the iFSM. All the relevant standard contents are prepared in a comprehensive manner, tailored to the individual roles and phases of a development in accordance with IEC 61508 and can be viewed by all those involved at the “click of a mouse”.
Concentrate on the important things: The focus of the development team's work is on realising the requisite functions; you can leave the standard-compliant documentation to us. The iFSM project guidelines ensure that all the necessary steps are performed and the certification is successful.
The analysis of the adaptations to existing processes is performed on site at your premises. That applies to the realisation of adaptations and their implementation.
The advantages for you at a glance:
Our experienced safety experts assist you during the realisation and execution of the process and in the development of safety-relevant software.
Developing safety-related systems can present development departments with new challenges leading to difficulties in assessing project risks and hence uncertainties about cost.
Based on the requirements of basic safety standard IEC 61508, this workshop provides an overview of the adjustments necessary in the development process and of the technical possibilities for developing efficient and robust safety-related control systems.