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Jama Software launched Jama Connect for Robotics, a set of frameworks, example projects and procedural, export and configuration documents that aim to help teams reduce robot deployment times.
“Jama Software is proud to release a first-of-its-kind solution to the market that caters to all companies innovating and developing robotics applications,” Tom Tseki, the Chief Revenue Officer of Jama Software, said. “Jama Connect for Robotics enables companies to rapidly innovate, reduce risk, implement Live Traceability, and optimize their systems development process.”
Jama Connect for Robotics includes a robotics dataset, a procedural guide to functional safety based on IEC 61508, an industrial standard for robotics product development, and other relevant guides. With Jama Connect, developers have access to comprehensive reporting to better document the development process and improve compliance.
“Jama Connect for Robotics provides a consistent and comprehensible way to specify, analyze, and create critical products in compliance with IEC 61508,” Nicole Pappler, Senior Functional Safety Expert, AlektoMetis, said. “This solution allows for a structured approach to assigning functionality and safety functions to components. In addition, the solution provides a framework to accumulate the relevant and necessary documentation and evidence needed for getting the functional safety capabilities of the final product confirmed by the certification bodies.”
Jama Software has over 12.5 million users across 30 countries. Its flagship product, Jama Connect, is used to help engineers comply with traceability requirements. The software is designed to increase collaboration between siloed teams by providing tools for complex product, systems and software development. Jama Connect aims to ensure compliance and manage risk, increase process efficiency, streamline and accelerate reviews and enable effective collaboration.
Jama Connect can be used in a variety of industries, including automotive, medical device, life sciences, semiconductor, aerospace and defense, industrial manufacturing, financial services and insurance industries.