Safety Analysis

Ansys Safety analysis

Ansys safety & cybersecurity threat analysis software facilitates model-based safety analysis, safety concept creation, safety management and cybersecurity assessment for safety-critical electrical and electronic (E/E) and software (SW) controlled systems.

Using this software, engineers can deliver safe and secure products, reduce time to market, maximize profit margins and comply with standards like ISO 26262, IEC 61508, ARP 4754A/ARP 4761, ISO 21448 and ISO 21434.

Ansys medini analyze:

Ansys implements key safety analysis methods in one integration tool. It supports the efficient and consistent execution of the analysis activities that are required by the safety standards.

  • Key safety analysis methods, all in one integration tool
  • Meets standards like ISO26262, IEC61508, ARP4761, MIL-STD882E
  • Safety analysis based on system design with all-time consistency
  • Quality analysis according to SAE J1739, VDA-AIAG FMEA handbook, etc.
  • Complete end-to-end traceability
  • Integrated with partner and 3rd party tools for requirements management and safety design.
  • Ansys medini analyze for Cyber security:

    Ansys carries out a system-oriented cybersecurity analysis strategy to quickly identify vulnerabilities and design weaknesses and address them to mitigate any real-world threats

  • Key securities analysis methods, all in one integrated tool
  • Meets standards like SAE J3061, HEAVENS and ISO21434
  • Identify, assess and mitigate cybersecurity threats
  • Analyze vulnerabilities of the system components
  • Capture and manage cybersecurity requirements
  • Support of complete end to end traceability
  • Ansys medini analyze for Semiconductor:

    Ansys support key safety analysis methods at various levels of a chip, ranging from IP design of integrated components, up to SoCs and electronic board

  • Key safety analysis method, all in one integrated tool
  • Analyze semiconductor designs within overall systems analysis
  • Meets the semiconductor specific ISO 26262: 2018 part 11
  • Determine failure rates and analyze potential failure modes
  • Mitigate the impact of design weakness on the day – to- day safe performance
  • Streamline and automate functional safety analysis
  • Systematic identification and consideration of SOTIF risks
  • Systematic cyber security threat analysis and risk assessment
  • Assess the functional safety of semiconductor
  • Autonomous System Development
  • Avionics and Flight controls
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