V&V activities are developed during the whole life cycle of the system, in order to realise a system complying with re required specifics and – above all – the RAMS (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, Safety) clauses.
From the system creation to its release, V&V analysis and tests enable our company to plan and control all processes up to the final validation of the system.
V&V activities fully respect the following rules:
EN 50126, EN 50128, EN 50129.
The level of integrity and security associated with a system/process leads to the definition of safety requirements for hw and sw as per EN 50128 e EN 50129 rules.
At the end of V&V activities a “Safety Case” is edited, it includes all the necessary evidences to the complete fulfilment of Security Standards assigned to the System.
The development of systems and products for the railway market, particularly Signalling, foresees V&V activities for hw and sw complying with Cenelec rules.
Our main activities are:
- V & V plan
- Security plan
- Analysis and Requirement Specifics
- Allocation of Security Requirements
- SIL evaluation
- Architectural verification
- Security Analysis
- Hazard Analysis
- FMEA Analysis
- Fault Tree Analysis
- Other security verifications (rules: EN 50124, EN 60950, IEC 60439)
- RAM analysis
- Safety Case
- Functional Tests
- Type Tests
- Malfunction Tests (Single and Multiple)
- Security Tests
- SW Tests (Static and Dynamic)
- Integration Tests