Towards a safe systems engineering

Abstract : Faced with the increasing complexity of systems, model-based system engineering relies on SysML, one of the recognized languages for systems modeling. In the case of the automotive industry, the introduction of model-based systems engineering in the design process is considered as an efficient way to improve design performance and to master new regulations such as ISO 26262 (ISO 2009) concerning functional safety of automotive systems. Although research work exists on model-based safety assessments (see Cressent et al. 2012; Belmonte and Soubiran 2012), there remains a lack of an approach on integrating system engineering and safety analysis, two domains handling their own concepts, models, and methods. In this short article, we are presenting two types of approaches.
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Insight, International Council on Systems Engineering, 2013, 16 (4), pp.21-22. 〈10.1002/inst.201316421〉
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Pierre Mauborgne, Samuel Deniaud, Eric Levrat, Jean-Pierre Micaëlli, Eric Bonjour, et al.. Towards a safe systems engineering. Insight, International Council on Systems Engineering, 2013, 16 (4), pp.21-22. 〈10.1002/inst.201316421〉. 〈hal-01522702〉

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