Safilia is a tool to assist Safety Concept Design using the Safety Concept Design Language (SCDL). It follows the specifications and standards decided by the Safety Concept Notation Study Group (SCN-SG), which oversees the development of SCDL and promotes its diffusion.
The safety concept is an important design artifact for ISO26262, and is equivalent to the safety architecture design concept. This design is a major challenge for safety regulation conformity within the automotive industry. With frequent design problems being detected during decomposition of the safety requirements and co-analysis, correctly designing the safety concept and obtaining a mutual understanding is a necessity.
Safilia is a modelling tool to support the design of the safety concept, and promote the sharing of safety design information between designers and developers. With the tool's editor, block diagrams are used to describe the safety concept. In this way the safety concept can be shared to reach a common consensus between teams. Safilia is developed by Change Vision CO., LTD. and marketed by GAIO TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
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GAIO TECHNOLOGY was founded in 1980 as an original cross compiler developer for embedded systems. At present we provide embedded development and test tools based on our own microprocessor code analysis and simulation technologies. In addition, our solutions have expanded to include engineering services such as model-based development, test process construction and tool installation support for automobile companies and parts suppliers.
GAIO’s embedded software unit test tool CoverageMaster has become the standard in the automotive industry in Japan. CoverageMaster includes a built in microprocessor simulator to perform unit tests on actual target code. CoverageMaster has many users, particularly in the automotive industry that requires high-reliability high-quality tests. CoverageMaster and code analysis tool CasePlayer2 have both been certified as automotive safety standard ISO 26262 compliant tools in order to provide added assurance to our customers in meeting functional safety requirements.