Stiki™ and Zurich University of Applied Sciences announce a groundbreaking software development project.
The joint development project is to create a professional, state-of-the-art software solution for STPA (Systems-Theoretic Process Analysis), a hazard analysis methodology for socio-technologic systems based on
systems thinking and modeling of accident causation based on systems theory rather than reliability. The principal objective is to provide the STPA methodology for use in a structured application module combined with the existing RM Studio® software to formulate a truly unique enhanced enterprise risk management framework.
The development is initiated from research projects conducted by both parties, including the beta software project SAHRA from the Safety-Critical Systems Research Lab at ZUAS. Stiki‘s dynamic, globally distributed risk management software, RM Studio®, is adopting the new STPA software solution as a new module. Partial funding is provided through the Technology Development Fund, Rannis, of Iceland and the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation, SERI, of Switzerland as part of the European Union Eurostars programme.
Last week marked the kick-off for the project held at Stiki’s headquarters in Reykjavík, Iceland.
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