This version presents several improvements in the FTA module. The possibility to use personalised templates in the FTA reports and to duplicate FTA projects and systems is included. Furthermore, the ability to choose sections to print in the RPA report is added.
7 Contributors to the version
133 days from last release
110 Solved issues
Next version v1.7 scheduled for the 23rd May 2023
PDF templates for the FTA reports
FTA report in Word format
Re-do function (Ctrl+Y) in FTA
Duplicate FTA Projects (and systems)
Avoid recursive Fault Trees
More currencies to define Part cost
Add nodes with the right click in FTA module
Choose sections to print in RPA report
Switch ON/OFF more than one node at the same time
More information in MCS report
Double click to enter in Transfer Gates
Improvement of the user experience in FTA Module
Improved undo function (Ctrl+Z)
More logo picture formats allowed
Quantity as a decimal number
Notes for each node in FTA module
More stable FMEA module
Interface improvements in FMEA module
Improved alerts/warnings in RPA Module
Header remains on top when scrolling in RPA module
Next version will have a main focus on:
Solid package: RPA, FMECA & FTA
CS-25.1309(b)(5) for MCS of order 2 with latencies
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