Control 2017 Test winner presents web tool
Software – With E1ns-architect, Plato presents a web tool for the quick and systematic development of a central system architecture. The Plato methodology allows easy analysis in matrices as well as the automatic visualization of the relationships in function and error nets.
The central system architecture is the basis for product and process development, especially in the development of complex systems. In the modern development process, it is important that all stakeholders, with their system view, keep an overview – right from the start. E1ns-architect links the formulated requirements with the components and thus provides the transition from the product to the process. The system architecture is built up automatically. Each function is examined for non-fulfillment. The contexts are displayed visually in function and error nets.
The model-based approach of Plato E1ns offers consistent method integration, the company says. All data in the development process are automatically transferred into all required quality methods. These are available to the project participants and editable in real-time on the web interface. According to Plato, changes are taken over automatically - redundancies are no longer existent.
A variety of FMEA systems were compared regarding the "most relevant criteria and functions, that a state of the art FMEA software must fulfill". The Plato technology not only fulfills 98% of the expected functions, it also provides the best implemented functions for the FMEA creation. That is why Plato takes the first place in an independent FMEA software benchmark.
Plato is a global provider of engineering software in the risk and quality management environment. With more than 25 years of market experience, Plato is committed to the highest quality standards for its customers in the automotive, mechanical engineering and medical engineering sectors.
Plato will present the E1ns-architect at Hall 6/Booth 6412.