Safety of industrial systems
Industrial systems contribute to a company’s performance – it is extremely important to ensure optimal availability/safety of those systems.
Industrial systems weigh heavily in a company’s performance criteria.
Any malfunction, disruption or shutdown of the industrial system will affect the company’s profitability as well as its reputation.
These industrial systems are increasingly complex. They integrate all types of technology, implement processes adapted to any risks identified, and must adapt to developments while guaranteeing availability and security.
Their vulnerabilities can expose them to significant physical, environmental and/or financial consequences.
In addition, new regulations and standards require the application of specific processes for the development of critical systems. For example, the ISO 26262 standard for the automotive industry requires the introduction of risk-based processes (ASIL) for the production of equipment incorporating safety features.
Our added value is to leverage our expertise to improve the availability or security of your industrial systems.
EXAMPLES OF OUR ACTIVITIES:
- Creation and development of a generic and context-specific methodology for the study of the availability of rail transport systems
- Support for the implementation of a production process adapted to the requirements of the ISO 26262 automotive standard
- Implementation of a Process FMECA (Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis) to identify potential weaknesses in a safety system manufacturing process