MISSA More Integrated and cost efficient Systems Safety Assessment

Goal

MISSA will focus on four main enabling contributions that are naturally linked together in the design process: (1) In the very preliminary design phases, when aircraft functions have been allocate to systems, MISSA will first provide methods and tools that support design and installation optimization. (2) It will support the accurate definition and assessment of a systems organic architecture against the safety requirements resulting from the early design phases. (3) It will provide means for dealing with detailed system architecture and (4) it will develop a software infrastructure that facilitates the exchange of information needed to achieve the above three points.

Persons

Scientific Director

Publications
Model-Based Safety Assessment for the Three Stages of Refinement of the System Development Process in ARP4754A

Seguin, Christel and Bieber, Pierre and Böde, Eckard and Bozzano, Marco and Bretschneider, Matthias and Cavallo, Antonella and Deneux, Johann and Heckmann, Jean-Pierre and Lisagor, Oleg and Morel, Marion and Papadopoulos, Chris and Sagaspe, Laurent and Sartor, Valerie and Delmas, Rémi ; 10 / 2011

Partners
Airbus Operations Ltd.
www.airbus.com
Airbus Operations GmbH
www.airbus.com
Alenia Aeronautica
Dassault Systèmes SA
www.3ds.com
FBK - Fondazione Bruno Kessler
www.fbk.eu
Onera CERT
www.cert.fr
Prover Technology
www.prover.com
Queen Mary University of London - School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science
www.eecs.qmul.ac.uk
Thales Group (Thomson-CSF International S.A.)
www.thales-transportservices.com
University of York
www.york.ac.uk

Duration

Start: 31.03.2008
End: 30.03.2011

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