This version presents the possibility to switch off a branch in FTA, the implementation of AI, a very user-friendly way to introduce comments and much more. Also, Robin’s generic performance has been enhanced as well as improvements to all the existing modules.
10 Contributors to the version
132 days from last release
158 Solved issues
Next version v1.5 scheduled for the 28th March 2022
Switch-off an FTA branch
Calculation estimation with AI
Gate repetitions + dormancy time display
Button to expand all transfer gates
Send as BOM in RPA
Corrective Actions report
Comments from diagram
3D Graphs (with AI)
From undeveloped to AND/OR gate
Watermark for trial versions (MSG-3 reports)
Custom Error Page
Cutsets export to Excel
Go back button in MSG-3
Extended parameter details in RPA report
Confirmation email for new created users (User set the password)
Number of AND/OR gates are saved for AI
Improved working tracer
Better database integrity
Dropdowns/calendars always visible in tables (even at the end)
Operation time GUI
More setting options for RPA reports
A more flexible maintainability module
Customizable Maintainability units
OH-FH ratio when adding a FM in FTA
Automatic decrease of font size in reports
Scroll to highlighted comment from FTA diagram
Item functions from FMEA re-used in MSG-3
Allow setting a new ID/description when sending a gate as a Top Gate
The user can now add notes in BOM
Expand option in Treeview
Counter in Parts Management (FMEA)
Different style for closed comments
Readable export/import fields
Notify user when clicking a non-allowed button
Cutset cutoff depending on # leaves
Search by description too
Smoother page transitions
Domain specified in bug issue email
Periodic deletion of unused parts
Information is displayed when hovering an FM (FTA)
Correctly add FM id if the node already exists
Improved defect report
Save autocomplete import configuration for same Excel format
Improved RPA/FMEA export
Next version will have a main focus on:
Improvements on the calculation time of FTAs
Stabilization of new features
More testing and error handling
New Fault Tree features (new gates such as combinational or sequencial and phase percentage to specific events)
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