Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis-Analysis Models & Patterns (FMECA-AMP) Service
Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) is an established approach to documenting and analyzing the potential failure modes for systems products, operational systems, and processes, along with their potential effects (impacts) and criticalities. The FMECA approach (also called FMEA) is widely used across many industries, applications, and system technologies, to analyze and improve upon proposed designs and risk mitigation strategies.
For all its benefits, FMECA also presents some challenges. Perhaps your organization has encountered some of these in its own use of FMECA:
None of this is a matter of disrespect of FMECA as a well-established process fulfilling a vital need. To address these challenges, ICTT System Sciences offers the Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis-Analysis Models & Patterns (FMECA-AMP) Service. This service produces the traditional FMECA failures-modes-effects-criticality output tables, but uses advanced techniques developed for complex systems applications. These include Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), Pattern-Based Systems Engineering (PBSE), and Intelligence-Based Systems Engineering (IBSE).
Typical results of using these techniques include:
Contact us to discuss these or other needs.