Relatics provides projects the possibility to manage information completely according to Systems Engineering.Requirements, stakeholders, functions, design components, interfaces, tests, activities, work packages and risks are typical elements for which information is captured. Throughout the life cycle many relations emerge and a strong momentum exists between the parties involved. Using Relatics as a Systems Engineering software tool makes projects manageable.
Benefits for Systems Engineering
Relatics software offers the following benefits for projects:
Organize information in an explicit, coherent network of requirements, design components, functions and other project information. You can conform to standards (ISO 15288, INCOSE handbook SE) but also make project-specific changes.
Extend the application during the lifecycle of the project. For example, in the phases of competitive dialogue, contract management or asset management.
Comprehensive traceability allows you to look at information from all possible perspectives. Browse through the network and gain insight in requirements from linked tests and objects, interfaces between design components, and activities related to work packages and requirements.
Powerful checks to ensure that information within the project is always complete, consistent and accurate. For example, by obtaining all design components without a requirement or all design components without a test.
Generate high quality deliverables such as complete requirements specifications, test plans, test reports, risk registers, interface reports and contract documents.
Articles about Systems Engineering
How do you prevent project information from being stored at two locations or not stored at all? Relatics can solve a significant part of the information issues on projects.Read More
Solar Team Twente participated in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge in Australia in October 2015. Relatics played an important role in the daily way of working within the team. It in this presentation there is told about the experiences, the race and the connection between Relatics and Solar Team Twente.Read More
The Rotterdamsebaan is the road between junction Ypenburg (A4/A13) and the center ring of The Hague. In 2014 – 2015 the tender for this project has taken place. Relatics is used during both the question specification as the formal communication with candidates during the dialogue phase.Read More
Roelofs is using Relatics for quite some time in the design phase. By combining this with Mobile, the performer can capture information, such as inspections and deviations directly in Relatics by using any mobile device. This works user friendly, fast and extremely effective!Read More
How do you enable flexibility to projects (decentralised), while you want to achieve a central controlled situation. Here are choices made in the beginning and in the presentation of Willem van de Wetering, working at Rijkswaterstaat, the experiences on this subject are examined.Read More
When performing information management on a project at first the project process and the resulting information needs, need to be looked at. This often shows that Relatics is not the only system in which information is recorded. However you would like to you capture the information only once in one place. This presentation shows how…Read More
When performing informationmanagement on a project at first the project process and the resulting information needs should be looked at. It often turns out that Relatics is not the only system in which information is recorded. Still, you want to capture the information in one place only once. In this presentation some examples will be…Read More
The Dutch Chapter of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE-NL) and Mikrocentrum have joined forces to organize the event “Systems Engineering in industry: How to realize successful systems”. The objective of this event is to exchange knowledge and experience, networking with other professional and increase the attention for Systems Engineering within the industry. Relatics will contribute with a presentation titled “Can…Read More
The world’s longest rail tunnel (57 km) right through the Gotthard Massif in Switzerland is intended to reduce the journey time from Zurich to Milan by one hour. After its opening next year, the train will offer an attractive alternative to the car and plane. The building consortium* ARGE Fahrbahn Transtec Gotthard (AFTTG) has designed…Read More