SLIDES AND VIDEO OF “Systems Theoretic Process Analysis”

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On JUN 6, 2019, John Thomas presented “Systems Theoretic Process Analysis”

below a link to the recorded video of the webinar.

This webinar will introduce Systems Theoretic Process Analysis (STPA), a new systems approach for more effective design and analysis of large complex systems. The interdisciplinary approach is designed to capture often-overlooked issues such as incomplete, incorrect, or missing requirements, flawed automation, unanticipated interactions among components or subsystems, and unexpected human interactions. Although STPA can be used for safety analysis, it can also be used for other goals such as quality and security and it can be used to guide initial development efforts under design uncertainty when some of the most critical decisions are made. While STPA is relatively new, it is now being used in many industries including aviation, spacecraft, automotive, nuclear, petrochemical, and defense.

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