Requirements Management
in PLATO e1nsFrom Request to the Test

Model-based work for a successful requirements management process. PLATO e1ns offers method networking according to QFD, integration of test planning (DVP&R), traceability and much more. In one web-based solution.

The Model-Based Approach forTransparency and a Common System Understanding

Requirements Management in PLATO e1ns enables you to efficiently

  • capture,
  • monitor,
  • 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.

Single Source of Truth

Real-Time Collaboration

Traceability

100% Web-Based

Working with PLATO e1ns
Work Model-Based
  • 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
Build Networked Structures
  • 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)
Map Your Requirements
  • List system requirements
  • Describe requirements textually
  • Use of photos, graphics, etc.
  • Functional description
Specify Requirements
  • Function specifications
  • Feature specifications
  • Specify target values and tolerances
  • Determine test methods
Verify Requirements
  • Design test, functional test, system test
  • Data from the specification are used
  • Test description
  • Result documentation
Traceability
  • Common data structures for all methods
  • Use of traces
  • Representation of trace networks
  • Various trace types
  • Change history
Documentation
  • 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

PLATO FMEA

Creating FMEAs: Worldwide, easy and team-based.

PLATO DRBFM

Change management with DRBFM: Success by method.

 

PLATO Control Plan

Optimal control and management of production processes.

PLATO Functional Safety

Functional Safety (ISO 26262) and FMEDA.

 

PLATO DVP&R

Checking design or function for suitability.

PLATO Complaints & 8D

Permanent elimination of complaints.

 

PLATO Process Flow

Process flows for the detection of causes for possible malfunctions.

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