Series of articles: Product lifecycle management – but how!? (8)

Monday, 26. August 2019

With our product life cycle management publications, we would like to inform you about standards and regulations. Especially, we focus on SMEs to help them with functional safety issues.

Part 8 completes the series of articles on Functional Safety for SMEs. It makes a link between al parts and ends with a résumé.


 

Functional Safety Management according to IEC 61508-1 – Summary

The greatest motivation to take up this challenge is often the increasing demand for safety products and the risk of falling behind in competition without safety products in the portfolio.

All information, charts and presentations you find in our summary illustrate why the introduction of a FSM system and the structure of a Functional Safety Development make sense. However, they also indicate that this is time-consuming, goes far beyond development, has pitfalls in all respects and is best tackled as a project.

 

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26.08.2019

Series of articles: Product lifecycle management – but how!? (8)

Part 8: Functional Safety Management according to IEC 61508-1 – Summary
With our product life cycle management publications, we would like to inform you about standards and regulations. Especially, we focus on SMEs to help them with functional safety issues.
Part 8 completes the series of articles on Functional Safety for SMEs. It makes a link between al parts and ends with a résumé.

25.07.2019

Series of articles: Product lifecycle management – but how!? (7)

Part 7: Functional Safety Management according to IEC 61508-1
With our product life cycle management publications, we would like to inform you about standards and regulations. Especially, we focus on SMEs to help them with functional safety issues.
Part 7 asks what the topics are that IEC 61508-1 defines for the component manufacturer in the first place.

12.07.2019

Review: UK Functional Safety IEC / EN61508 Seminar, July 3, 2019, Birmingham

In industrial automation, systems and devices must comply with international Functional Safety standards. MESCO and NXP therefore informed about the basics of standards-compliant product development at the Arrow Electronics Workshop in Birmingham (IEC / EN 61508).