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Periodic Report - MISSA (More integrated systems safety assessment)

Project ID: 212088
Funded under: FP7-TRANSPORT


This is the second periodic summary report for the MISSA project which received funding under the European Commission's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). The objectives of the MISSA project are to develop system safety analysis methods and tools that lead to a reduction in the time to complete subsequent design iterations, offering a reduction to the development costs, giving more time to the engineers to achieve greater levels of performance or weight optimisation, or to have an increase in agility of design. Hence the MISSA results aim to enable design organisations to respond to changing market demand through the design life, to improve the means to maintain the complete chain of evidence between safety claims and the evidence used to substantiate it.

MISSA developed methods and tools to support safety modelling and analysis at the aircraft level, systems architecture level and systems implementation level. Transversally across all levels methods and tools were delivered for performing safety argumentation and for the collection, referencing, and configuration management of representative design artefacts generated by these new model-based safety methods and tools to substantiate a safety argument.

The report covers some background information about the project, a brief overview of the project objectives and then goes on with the work performed since the beginning of the project, as well as with the results achieved. It concludes with the potential impact and use.

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Record Number: 13788 / Last updated on: 2014-07-04
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