Astah System Safety is a modeling tool for safety-critical systems to support system architecture modeling, system safety assessment and analysis by incorporating the following modeling languages and techniques in one tool:
– ASAM SCDL
Traceability is assured between models (e.g. requirements and solutions) and API enables the integration with other applications.
Astah System Safety is for the automotive domain industry with self-driving cars that work with SOTIF and ISO 26262, and aerospace, railways, defense, robotics and healthcare industries where the safety property is crucial and also who are interested in adopting Model-Based Systems Engineering(MBSE).
ADAS/ADS, SOTIF, SCDL, ISO 26262…
RAMS, System Safety Assurance, GSN…
Air mobility, Drones…
ISO 10218, ISO 13482…
IoT Home Appliances
Astah System Safety Features
Astah System Safety offers intuitive user interface enables you to rapidly implement engineering activities allowing multi-viewpoint modeling for successful systems engineering and reduce the costs of backtracking in system developments.
Aside the ease of diagram creation, Astah System Safety offers Team Collaboration features, extensibility with API and free plug-ins and also XMI import/export abilities that enables you to load data that is created by other tools such as Cameo System Modeler.
STAMP (System-Theoretic Accident Model and Processes) is an accident causality model based on systems theory developed by Prof. Dr. Nancy Leveson at MIT and STPA (System-Theoretic Process Analysis) is a technique based on STAMP. Astah System Safety provides the following diagrams and tables for your STPA analysis process. See All Supported Diagrams
This includes safety requirement specifications, element architectures, requirements allocation on elements, ASIL assignments, decompositions for safety mechanisms and others. See All Supported Diagrams