The Model-Based Approach for
Requirements Management in PLATO e1ns enables you to efficiently
- analyze and
- manage requirements.
The model-based approach provides the optimal transparency to achieve a common understanding of the system to be developed. PLATO e1ns is your single source of truth, enabling smooth collaboration in real time. 100% web-based.
For a successful requirements management process, PLATO e1ns combines systematic and creative methods as required. These methods use the common database, work in a networked manner and complement each other.
- Visualization of the system behavior
- Modeling of an architecture
- Views for each engineering discipline
- Unified system representation
- Building a system structure
- Use of the SysML standard
- Method according to QFD
- Formulation of requirements
- Building up the system design
- Specification of functions and behavior
- Analysis of system failures, errors and effects
- Integration into test planning (DVP&R)
- List system requirements
- Describe requirements textually
- Use of photos, graphics, etc.
- Functional description
- Function specifications
- Feature specifications
- Specify target values and tolerances
- Determine test methods
- Design test, functional test, system test
- Data from the specification are used
- Test description
- Result documentation
- Common data structures for all methods
- Use of traces
- Representation of trace networks
- Various trace types
- Change history
- Documentation of the results
- Company-specific output configuration
- Use of "formular" elements
- Creation of folders:
- Device Master Records
- Requirement Specification
- Functional Specification
Further Methods in PLATO e1ns
Creating FMEAs: Worldwide, easy and team-based.
Change management with DRBFM: Success by method.
Optimal control and management of production processes.
Functional Safety (ISO 26262) and FMEDA.
Checking design or function for suitability.
Permanent elimination of complaints.
Process flows for the detection of causes for possible malfunctions.