Automating Functional
Safety Analysis

Seamlessly integrated software for automated failure analysis

Faster Analyses

Reduce weeks of safety assessment to a few hours. paitron can automate at least ~60% of the FMEA tasks for you.

Zero Defects

Trusted algorithms & methods allow white-box reasoning. Highest quality ensured with a concept report received from TÜV SÜD.

Save More

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,
Pepperl+Fuchs SE

With paitron, I can improve the quality of my safety assessments and products.


Functional Safety Engineer,

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Want to accelerate the time to market?

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Do you want to
increase efficiency of engineers? increase product quality? accelerate time to market? automate routine tasks? reduce media breaks?


Less media breaks


Early stage savings


Routine tasks automated

Faster than manual

Our Innovation

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.


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Stay up-to-date with our upcoming events, workshops, exhibitions, and more. Join us and mark your calendars today!

German Startup Night

🗓️ 11 Oct. 2023 | 📌New York

Join us for an evening of networking in New York on Oct. 11th as we join nine other outstanding startups at the German Startup Night 🎊

Discover the best-in-class German startups, and connect with founders, partners, and investors in the U.S. startup ecosystem. Your presence is welcomed and anticipated!

Aerospace Conference

🗓️ 6 Mar. 2023 | 📌Montana

Who is coming to IEEE Aerospace Conferences in Big Sky, Montana? Our lead engineer Hadrien Tournaire, PhD will present the Formalization of Safety Functions and Analyses. We will also be showcasing the high-end triplet on March 6th.

Interested in automation, functional safety, and highest quality? Join us to see FME(D)As automated in no time!

🗓️ 23-24 May 2023 | 📌Munich

Meet us at the conference! Arnold Bitner and Jan Neumann-Mahlkau will be presenting a solution to the issue of ambigious requirements in Workshop 1 – “Requirements still normal or already formal.”

Do you want to never misunderstand or misinterpret a requirement again? #Formalize with #modelwise


🗓️19-22 Sept. 2023 | 📌Toulouse

Join us at the 42nd SafeComp Conference in Toulouse, where our experts Arnold Bitner & Hadrien Tournaire unveil pioneering research on automating design FMEA with partially unknown component behaviors.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be part of the future of design.
See you there!


🗓️ 24-26 Sept. 2023 | 📌Munich

Catch us at Bits & Pretzels on Sunday, September 24th, in the Productivity & Efficiency cluster at booth ST36! Swing by, say hi, and dive into the excitement!

We’re bringing the fun, the innovation, and the good vibes. Don’t miss out on the action—see you there! 🥨#Bits23

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Template-based formalization of safety functions 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”.

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