This version presents several improvements and further stability over the previous one. A friendlier way to use FIDES 2009 and an improved approach to compute minimal cut sets is included. Furthermore, causes have been added to MSG-3, which affect level two of the diagrams.
14 Contributors to the version
337 days from last release
216 Solved issues
Next version v1.6 scheduled for the 23rd December 2022
MSG-3 causes, now have common Level 1
The user can now modify the FMEA structure via settings
Attachments can be added to the FMEA table
The admin can deactivate users and revoke permissions
Comments can be added to the FTA PDF report
Constant probabilities excluded from MCS
A new ropdown for Pi_process
Discrete Semiconductors and Integrated Circuits are now included in FIDES
FIDES answers are now automatically saved
Data can be imported from CSV to FIDES RPA
All RPA parameters can be printed
Items can be added directly from FMEA table
New subscription “Robin Customer”
FIDES has now the possibility to use calendar time
Libraries have been updated
Editable MSG-3 answers
More info displayed in MSG-3
Out of range alert in RPA
Completed RPA schematics
Ability to duplicate projects/systems
Remember last scroll position in FMEA
Comments can be added in FMEA
Multiple deletions/copying in Parts and FMEA
Checks before deactivating a user
Automatically detect import separator
Improved performance of RPA module
The safety factor is included in RPA
Recenter is available at FTA
Transfer gates have been renamed
Next version will have a main focus on:
CS-25.1309(b)(5) for MCS of order 2 with latencies
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