Seamlessly integrated software for automated failure analysis
Reduce weeks of safety assessment to a few hours. paitron can automate at least ~60% of the FMEA tasks for you.
Trusted algorithms & methods allow white-box reasoning. Highest quality ensured with a concept report received from TÜV SÜD.
Identify design flaws early & save up to 80% of costs. paitron supports Design-, System- & Piece-part-FMEA.
No mortal can do 23k checks in 40 minutes
Functional Safety Expert,
paitron saves me three days of copying data from one tool to another for each assessment
Head of Functional Safety Management,
With paitron, I can improve the quality of my safety assessments and products.
Functional Safety Engineer,
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paitron in one glance
paitron automates safety analysis through model-based failure propagation. Artificial intelligence & qualitative models allow a complete & correct analysis of possible system behavior & the effects of errors. The software analyzes engineering models with potentially unsafe design flaws even in early product stages.
To keep the overhead for modeling as low as possible, industry-specific libraries for fault & component models are included with paitron. The fault modes are selected automatically according to the desired safety norm & level.
Find out more on the supported Standards, Interfaces and Analyses.
Template-based formalization of safety functions and analyses
In this article, we present a template for gathering & structuring all information required by a human or software to perform a failure-mode-and-effects analysis (FMEA) using formal languages. The practical use of such a template for safety analysis is highlighted through the safety analysis (single point of failure) of a voltage monitor presented in the “ARP4761 recommended practice for aerospace system safety assessment”.
Modelwise publishes in the ATP magazine
modelwise’s latest article titled ‘KI Techniken für die Funktionale Sicherheit’ (AI Techniques for Functional Safety) is published in the May 2023 edition of ATP (Automatisierungstechnische Praxis) Magazine.
Automatic assessment of an industrial safety-critical system
The HIMax is an industrial safety-critical system of the HIMA Paul Hildebrandt GmbH that contains multiple digital output modules, whose signals are intended for use in a programmable electronic system. In this article, a partial safety analysis of the HIMax is assessed with paitron.
modelwise achieves TÜV concept report
This article aims to show how the tool concept of paitron was evaluated from TÜV SÜD and regarding its certification ability as a qualified software for the use in safety-critical applications.
Where did ARP 4761 go wrong?
In this article, we compare a manually generated expert failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) taken from SAE ARP4761 with an automatically generated one, produced with paitron and find where the ARP 4761 went wrong.
We are the first company to develop a mathematically complete solution for accelerated and improved safety assessment – paitron. In this one-pager, we explain modelwise a bit more including what we have achieved, how we provide value to the customer as well as our portfolio.