Ansys medini analyze

Ansys medini analyze

Safety & Security for electronic systems

Ansys medini analyze

Ansys is a software suite of Ansys Inc.

Safety Analysis executed with Ansys medini analyze supports efficient application of quality, safety, reliability and cybersecurity analysis engineering methods at system, item, software, hardware and PCB level. Ansys medini analyze is a model-based (SysML language), integrated tool gives you the possibility to widely support safety analysis for safety-critical electrical and electronic (E/E) and software (SW) controlled systems. Ansys medini analyze allows you to deliver safe and secure products that comply with standards like ISO 26262, IEC 61508, ARP 4754A/ARP 4761, ISO 21448, ISO 21434, MIL-STD-882E, etc.

Cybersecurity package carries out a system-oriented cybersecurity analysis strategy to quickly identify vulnerabilities, design weaknesses, and address them to mitigate any real-world threats, while, package for semiconductors supports key safety analysis methods at various levels of a chip, ranging from IP design of integrated components up to SoCs and electronic boards.


  • Integration of key safety methods (HAZOP, HARA, FHA, FTA, FME(C)A, FMEDA, etc.) in one tool
  • End-to-end traceability
  • Integration with requirements management tool
  • Integration with Third-party software used for functional safety
  • SysML models with safety properties
  • functional safety analysis
  • model-based safety analysis
  • safety at system, software, hardware and PCB levels
  • cybersecurity analysis
  • visualization of critical elements
  • efficient teamwork
  • customizable report generation
  • advanced automated data exchange
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