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Safety Requirements Specification (SRS)


What is the Safety Requirements Specification (SRS)?

The Safety Requirements Specification (SRS) is a document that defines the safety-relevant requirements and specifications of a system.

Advantages of SRS:

Safety integration: Ensures that all safety-critical aspects are considered during development.
Clarity and structure: Clearly defines the safety requirements, which leads to structured and targeted development.
Risk minimization: Helps to identify and mitigate potential security risks at an early stage.
Regulatory compliance: Supports compliance with legal and normative safety regulations.

Conclusion: The Safety Requirements Specification (SRS) is crucial for the definition and implementation of safety-relevant requirements in systems in order to ensure their safety and compliance with regulations.

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