Why choose SILability?

As a reliability engineer, you need tools that are powerful, efficient, and defensible, yet easy to understand and use. Software applications should work with you, helping you to spot and avoid errors. It should not be necessary to do tricks with an application to complete the task. That’s where SILability excels over other leading applications.

How can I verify that all the input data has been entered correctly?

SILability has a powerful data check feature that highlights:

  • Inconsistencies
  • Unexpected values
  • Unreasonable values

Besides, the full report from SILability is clear and concise, for easy cross-checking with the input data.

Can I enter hardware data just once, instead of repeating for each SIF?

SILability helps you build up your own hardware database. Then, you can apply items from your database to your project in just a few clicks.
All the values you need will be populated instantly. You can easily override them if needed.

How can I validate the calculation results? I don’t know if I am getting true values.

SILability’s calculation method is transparent and checkable by the user.

The calculation engine was meticulously built from scratch, and thoroughly reviewed and tested. A validation report is available on request.

IEC 61508/61511 require data traceability. How can I achieve this?

Comments can be attached to every single item of data in the project. Even a simple field like a checkbox can be commented. All comments are clearly shown in the exported report.

The hardware database also has a field for documenting the source of failure rate data used.

I want my report to show the SIFs in the same order as the other project documents.

Reordering SIFs in your SILability project is easy. Just drag the SIFs up and down in the SIF list.

Some of my SIF loops are really complex. Can I model a complex loop?

SILability lets you model a SIF as an assembly of partial SIFs. Using this feature, you can model SIFs of almost unlimited complexity with ease.

Calculation results from partial SIFs are transferred automatically into the parent SIF.

Still got questions?