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International Safety Collaboration



Frequentis' deep knowledge in the area of international collaboration encompasses safety analyses, calculations, documentation, and the definition and implementation of the relevant safety requirements. In order to provide outstanding customer value, Frequentis specialists participate in international expert groups of academics and practitioners, make presentations and conduct tutorials at conferences such as the International System Safety Conference, and maintain membership in the International System Safety Society and the Safety-Critical Systems Club.


All members of the Frequentis safety department have gone through safety training at recognised institutions such as the University of York (UK), the University of Southern California (USA), the Southern California Safety Institute (USA), Praxis Critical Systems (UK), Eurocontrol (BE), and EUROCAE (FR). The entire spectrum of fields in which safety issues have been covered represents a major source of experience upon which the safety team can draw, resulting in an ongoing process of enhancement.

Members of the Frequentis safety department play a significant role in various CANSO working groups, some of them being chaired by Frequentis. In addition, the Frequentis safety department has made considerable contributions to the SESAR programme.
 

International Safety Collaboration
 


Excerpt of supported safety standards

General Safety Standards

  • MIL STD 882 C/D/E
  • IEC 61508
  • DEF STAN 00-055
  • DEF STAN 00-056
  • DEF STAN 00-58
  • SCSC-141B
     

Air Traffic Management

  • ED-109A / DO-278A
  • ED-153
  • Eurocontrol SAM
  • CAP670
  • DEF STAN 00-972


Public Transport

  • CENELEC EN 50126
  • CENELEC EN 50128
  • CENELEC EN 50129


System safety analyses according to these standards ensure that our system development is based on state-of-the-art methodologies, enabling our customers to meet their regulatory objectives, for example, those detailed in the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/373.

 


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