DependableVR – Towards Virtual Reality in Model-Based Safety Analysis

DependableVR – Towards Virtual Reality in Model-Based Safety Analysis
Project Members: Frank Ortmeier, Michael Lipaczewski, Matthias Güdemann
Project Time:: Projektzeitraum: 1.1.2011 – 31.8.2013
Funded By: Gefördert von: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung

The increasing complexity of modern software-intensive systems is reaching the limits of traditional analysis and evaluation methods. In this project, it is evaluated whether simulation and virtual reality may push these boundaries.

The basic idea is to build a virtual reality model of the system in question, including relevant actors and the working environment. This simulation can then help with the identification of dangers, the facilitation of traditional safety analysis, and the traceability of formal model-based analysis techniques. The methods developed in this project are tested directly on simulators and demonstrators for the application areas of the overall ViERforES project.

DependableVR – Towards Virtual Reality in Model-Based Safety Analysis