Automatic fault tree generation
Today’s technical systems are integrating more functionalities to offer more assistance and comfort to users. Technical systems may potentially be harmful to humans or facilities. Several safety analysis techniques have been developed in order to assess the potential risks of industrial systems. Safety analyses are usually performed manually and separately with independent tools, based on design documents. The increasing complexity of manufactured systems makes their development more difficult
The goal is to integrate and automate safety analysis within a systems engineering approach.
The goal of the thesis is to research the possible solutions for automatic fault tree generation . A prototype shall be created which models part of the EPAS for highly automated driving. The automatically generated fault tree shall be sufficient for qualitative and quantitative analysis.
Külső partner: Thyssenkrupp