Safety and Quality Tracer, a registered trademark of Fujitsu.
Refers to managing the relationships among requirements, specifications, and design during product development and clarifying which design documents and contents are affected in the event of specification changes in the course of the development process.
 The world's first
As of February 2013, according to Fujitsu's own research.
 ISO 26262
An international standard for development processes and work products, in light of the increasingly high performance and complexity of control systems. In addition, it sets out rigorous work product management recommendations, such as revision history management for design documents, management of hierarchies for safety requirements, and traceability guarantees.
 Functional safety
Refers to reducing risks to the user resulting from product malfunctions to within acceptable parameters, such as providing a product with a software self-diagnostic function.
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Date: 28 February, 2013
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