The Reliability, Availability, Maintainability & Safety (RAMS) team consists of highly professional experts in the fields of Reliability Prediction and Analysis, Failure Analysis, Testability Analysis, Maintainability Analysis (including RCM and MSG3), Safety Analysis & Management, Quality Engineering and Assurance.
HUB’s RAMS team has been providing service to hundreds of customers around the world.
HUB’s customers are world leading commercial companies as well as major military and government organizations including Lockheed Martin, NASA, FAA, SAAB, IAI, Elbit Systems, Sagem, Airbus, Siemens, Thales, Sukhoi, Valeo, Airwell and many others.
RAMS experts have an excellent reputation for their ability to bring a unique added value to cutting-edge sophisticated projects with demanding deadlines worldwide.
RAMS Software is a result of more than 30 years of expertise in development of Safety and Reliability analysis software for many world leading civil & military aviation, communication, space and electronics organizations including THALES, BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin, NASA, MBDA, SAGEM and more.
RAM Commander is the Reliability and Safety software that covers engineering tasks related to reliability of electronic, electro-mechanical and mechanical systems. RAM Commander modules: Reliability Prediction, RBD, Fault Tree Analysis, Event Tree Analysis, FMECA and Testability Analysis, Process & Design FMEA and more.
The Safety Assessment Suite (SAS) is designed to evaluate the safety of highly integrated systems in a model-based design environment. It adheres to civil and military aviation safety regulations, and its fault tree analysis (FTA) serves as the foundation for true safety assessment integration.
The product addresses and overcomes the challenges of completeness, integration, algorithmic accuracy, and uniformity that are required to demonstrate and support the level of safety of any “system of systems.” It ensures that safety requirements are met across a wide range of highly integrated systems in the twenty-first century.