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The importance of mission or safety-critical software systems in many application domains of embedded systems is continuously growing, and so is the effort and complexity for reliability and safety analysis. Model-based system engineering (MBSE) is currently one of the key approaches to cope with increasing system complexity.
With Component Fault Trees (CFTs) there is a model- and component-based methodology for safety analysis, which extends the advantages of model-based development to safety & reliability engineering. In this talk, we demonstrate how to ease the development of safety-critical systems by implementing a graphical modeling tool for Component Fault Trees using Sirius and integrate safety analysis capabilities in a model-based system engineering workflow in Capella.
Mark Zeller, Siemens CT
Marc Zeller works as a Senior Key Expert for model-based safety and reliability engineering at Siemens Corporate Technology. His research interests are focused on the efficient and effective development of dependability-relevant Cyber-physical Systems using model-based engineering techniques. Marc Zeller received a diploma in Computer Science from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in 2007 and obtained a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Augsburg in 2013. With over 10-years' experience in different industrial domains, such as automotive, railway, avionics, or industry automations, he has been involved in various projects establishing model-based engineering techniques and is author of many publications in this area.