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1 day FREE Seminar on the World Leading FRACAS Tool FavoWeb on Friday June 22, 2012 

Further to the recent Successful Seminar we have decided to run this FREE Seminar again!! We wish to invite you to our Head Office in Culver City, CA to attend the above FREE Seminar on Friday June 22, 2012. This is a GREAT opportunity for you to learn more about the POWER of FavoWeb and find out WHY more and more Companies are deciding to BENEFIT from this tool!

You will also have a chance to have an in depth Demonstration of the Tool and meet up with some of our existing users and have all your questions answered by the Developers of this Powerful Tool.  You cannot afford to miss this opportunity if your company is considering the introduction of a FRACAS Tool.    Please contact us today to book your places as places are LIMITED.  Thank you in advance and look forward to hearing from you! 

30th International System Safety Conference August 6-10, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA 

Please visit our booth at the System Safety Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. We will be demonstrating our new and old software modules and will be discussing interesting new tools we are currently developing. We'll be happy to go into details on any software module and its possible application to your specific issues. In particular we will be introducing our Powerful SAFETY Tool and its unique functionalities!!! Please take advantage of our crew and learn some more about the tools and services we provide.

SCAT users group meeting - Spring  2012 

We have scheduled the next SCAT users group meeting for Friday May 18, 2012. If you are a SCAT user please join us to learn some usage tips and solutions to common sneak circuit analysis problems. If you are not yet a user but would like to learn more please join us as well to get an overview of the tool and hear more from fellow users. For more information and to register email us to [email protected]  

RAMS 2012 

We wish to take this opportunity and thank ALL of you who visited our booth during RAMS. It was a great pleasure meeting some of our existing clients again as well as meeting new engineers and discussing how they can benefit from some of our Tools and Services. Please keep in contact and we look forward to being of further assistance in the very near future!

RAM Commander user group meeting - Spring  2012

We have scheduled the next RAM Commander users group meeting for Friday June 8, 2012. If you are a RAM Commander user please join us to learn some usage tips and solutions to common reliability and safety tasks. If you are not yet a user but would like to learn more please join us as well to get an overview of the tool and hear more from fellow users. Do contact us for additional information or to register.  

Training Courses

Some examples of the short courses we offer are listed below. Each course is designed for up to six engineers and/or managers with little or no prior experience in the subject area who wish to familiarize themselves with the relevant tools and techniques. Our courses can also be tailored to your specific requirement. Please contact us (stating the course name) for further information on any of the courses listed below.

  • General Introduction to Reliability Engineering

  • Sneak Circuit Analysis

  • Hazard and Operability Studies (HAZOP)

  • Introduction to Failure Modes and Effect Analysis (FMEA)

  • Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)

  • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) and Event Tree Analysis (ETA)

  • Availability, Reliability and Maintainability Studies (ARM)

  • Software Reliability & Safety

  • Safety Techniques and Safety Critical Systems

  • Getting started in Project Risk Assessment

November 2011 RAM Commander 8.2 released

ALD Software announces the release of the new version of its Reliability & Safety Software tool -  RAM Commander version 8.2.

For reliability engineers the new version provides the latest reliability prediction methods FIDES Guide 2009 issue A, improved Component Library - contains more than 410,000 components, Improved Search in the Component Library, Active Directory Authentication using LDAP

The new version also provides many improvements and new features in the Reliability prediction module, Safety module, FMECA, FTA, MARKOV, MMEL, P&D FMEA, MSG-3.

A long list of improvements and new features includes also, Context-Sensitive Help by F1 linked to the new User Manual, Report Generator - Calculated fields, improved NPRD-95, import/export Component / FB linkage for specific assembly and more.
For IT personnel the new version provides much more convenient upgrade procedure - workstation upgrade is no longer required: you just need to perform an upgrade on the server and all the connected workstations will be upgraded automatically on the first run.

The new version comes also with completely rewritten and updated User Manual, available in different formats -  PDF, CHM and HTML online.

For client-server installation - see User Manual - Installation Guide (Getting Started Chapter).

June 2011 eFAST award

SoHaR wins eFAST contract with the FAA for the Engineering and Computer Systems functional areas.

March 2011 Dr. Herb Hecht wins the Elmer A. Sperry Award for 2011

Dr. Herbert Hecht along with Dr. Zigmund Bluvband of ALD  were awarded The Elmer A. Sperry Award for 2011 for their work in developing and implementing novel methods and tools for the advancement of dependability and safety in transportation.

The Elmer A. Sperry Award was established in 1955 to commemorate the life of Elmer A. Sperry, whose many inventions - including the gyroscope, the first electric automobile, and air and sea navigational aids - contributed to the advancement of many modes of transportation.  The Sperry Award is given in "recognition of a distinguished engineering contribution which, through application, proved in actual service, has advanced the art of transportation, whether by land, sea, or air, or space".

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