This version presents intercommunicationon between FTA-FMEA, Maint-FTA and Maint-FMEA; and includes a customer support ticket system for issues reporting. It also provides improvements to all the existing modules and Robin’s generic performance.
6 Contributors to the version
92 days from last release
183 Solved issues
Next version v1.4 scheduled for the 20th September
Intercommunication FTA-FMEA (OH-FH ratio)
Full compatibility with Edge, Firefox, Opera & Safari on iOS (bs. Chrome)
Ticket System for Issues (Customer Support)
Quantity field in RPA
FMEA interface with MIL-HDBK-338B
New columns in FRACAS (types and renaming)
End of trial interface
Watermark for trial versions (MSG-3 reports)
Editable Remark field in Maint.
Environment & miles/cycle conversion for EPRD/NPRD
Added delimiters to Exports
FMEA export limited in trial version
Thematic highlight colors
Calculation update at system or BOM level
Ability to change a FMEA from Qualitative to Quantitative
Automatic tests for RPA
Automatic resized text in FTA gates
Info icons for FMEA functionalities (e.g. tags separator)
Units of cutsets properly indicated
Added column to show top gate in FTA comments table
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