ResilTech was born in September 2007. ResilTech offers leading-edge consultancy and technical support for the analysis, design, verification and validation of critical systems, covering all the involved aspects: modelling, specification, validation and verification; Hazard Analysis; analysis of Mean Time Between Hazardous Events (MTBHE); Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA); System FMEA (SFMEA); planning and management of Safety Cases; Verification and Validation activities planning (V&V Plan); Software Quality verification. The main markets in which ResilTech is currently working are the railway transportation and automotive ones. ResilTech was involved in the FP7-ICT-CA-216295 AMBER Coordination Action and it is currently involved in the FP7 ALARP STREP Project (Transport, project 234088) and in the NSAFECER ARTEMIS (Project 295373). ResilTech is currently contributing in the definition of ISO26262 standard and in AUTOSAR Phase III (mainly in WP1.3 Safety). Resiltech personnel includes 5 out of 13 people with a PhD degree and related research experience on critical systems. Resiltech premises (owned by Resiltech) are located near Pisa in a new, modern environment. A room of such equipped office with 4 working position is currently available to host seconded researchers. A dedicated meeting room it will be used to host team meetings.

Lorenzo Falai (PhD in Computer Engineering) has both experience in the academic and the industrial domain. It is with Resiltech since 2008, where he led ResilTech in national/international research projects.

Rosaria Esposito is the CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of ResilTech. She has 10+ years experience in the analysis, design, verification and validation of IT critical systems.

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