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A Process Model based on STAMP for Collecting and Management of Safety Evidence

Abstract : Safety evidence collection is an essential activity for companies that develop safety-critical systems (SCS), software intensive product (SIP) and service development (SD). The collected evidence of safety along the SCS development are used during the certification process to show the auditors that the systems, software, services and products developed are safe. In this article we discuss the importance for the companies to have a robust safety evidence collection process. We discuss the use of STAMP as a basis to build a comprehensive safety evidence collection and management process that also correspond and do not conflict with agile methodologies. We believe that a proper integration between product development and evidence gathering process can be achieved by adopting STAMP as the basis for a full safety evidence collection and management process.
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Luiz Eduardo Galvão Martins, Tony Gorschek. A Process Model based on STAMP for Collecting and Management of Safety Evidence. 39th International Conference on Computer Safety, Reliability and Security (SAFECOMP), Position Paper, Sep 2020, Lisbon, Portugal. ⟨hal-02931742⟩



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