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Meet aircraft safety and reliability requirements

Estimated Watching Time: 35 minutes


Meet aircraft safety and reliability requirements

In this webinar on aircraft reliability, availability, maintainability, and safety, you will learn how a model-based approach helps you speed up aircraft RAMS processes.

The growing complexity of modern aircraft systems makes it increasingly challenging to understand how they will perform and when or how they could fail. Using the digital risk twin approach helps you identify and mitigate potential engineering risks based on technical, operational, and economic factors.

Identify the impact of potential risks during the initial aircraft design

In the context of rapid digitalization, it becomes imperative to consider how the RAMS functions will be impacted, and what this potentially means to the current way of doing business.

Aerospace companies need to embrace a model-based RAMS approach that will result in significant and demonstrable process benefits as well as safer and more reliable products.

Streamline aircraft reliability, availability, maintainability, and safety processes

This webinar will help you streamline aircraft reliability, availability, maintainability and safety processes.

Learn how to:

  • Perform model-based failure mode, effects (criticality) analysis (FME(C)A), fault tree analysis (FTA), and functional hazard assessment (FHA).
  • Design for reliability (DfR) while in sync with a design model.
  • Plan the right maintenance approach.
  • Efficiently generate diagnostic rules for condition-based monitoring.

Hear from a Siemens aircraft reliability expert

Stefan Dutré, Model-based RAMS Product Manager, Simulation and Test Solutions at Siemens Digital Industries Software presents in this on-demand webinar. Stefan shares strategies and solutions to help you accelerate your aircraft RAMS objectives.

Meet the speaker

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Stefan Dutré

Model-based RAMS Product Manager, Simulation and Test Solutions

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