ANSYS and Jama Partner for Impact Analysis
Michael Alba posted on October 02, 2018 |
Relationship diagram from Jama Connect. (Image courtesy of Jama Software.)
Relationship diagram from Jama Connect. (Image courtesy of Jama Software.)

Jama Software, a provider of product development tools, has announced a partnership with simulation software provider ANSYS. The collaboration is designed to provide better product development processes to industries including aerospace, automotive, and defense. According to Jama, the partnership will result in “unrivaled” impact analysis for managing product development initiatives.

The partnership will integrate ANSYS medini analyze, a tool for safety analysis methods, and ANSYS’s SCADE Suite, a lineup of products for model-based development of embedded software, with Jama Connect, Jama’s collaborative product development platform. The integration will allow for traceable links from safety requirements to their specific properties, such as the safety integrity level (SIL). Particular standards supported by the partnership include ISO 26262, DO-178, and DO-254.

“Through our partnership with ANSYS, we are excited to be able to increase the value we bring not only to our customers, but also to the entire engineering community,” said Scott Rogers, VP of Business Development, Jama Software. “Too often engineers are asked to do more with less. This partnership allows teams to get high-quality products to market faster without sacrificing safety. It also empowers businesses with a more holistic and complete view of the product development process and extended traceability through the inclusion of more engineers across more phases of the design cycle.”

“We are thrilled to partner with a forward-thinking company like Jama Software,” said Eric Bantegnie, Vice President & General Manager, ANSYS Systems Business Unit. “Providing our customers a full view of engineering tasks within the context of broader business initiatives not only helps remove the guesswork from their job, but also enables them to spend less time on manual processes and more time innovating and building groundbreaking products.”


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