Anzen Engineering is a leading provider of systems safety and reliability engineering services for manufacturers of UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) and unmanned systems.
We are highly experienced in RAMS (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, Safety) strategies for aerospace and defense engineering, and our solutions minimize the processing times and costs for essential validation and special airworthiness certification for eVTOL and unmanned systems. Learn more >
RAMS is present during the entire lifecycle of a product, to reduce risks and costs during operation. Anzen collaborates with top leading manufacturers during certification of both specific and certified categories.
the ability of a system or component to operate under stated conditions for a specified period of time
the ability to function as and when required in a given environment
the ease with which a product or system can be maintained, serviced, modified or repaired
the ability to not malfunction in a way that causes hazards during the product or system lifecycle
RAMS Analysis for Unmanned Systems, Drones & UAS
RAMS engineering is a key methodology in the development of complex systems – such as electrics/electronics, mechanical designs, and functional architectures – to achieve safe and reliable products under a full variety of demanding conditions. In this sense we provide our RAMS analysis and systems engineering services to clients in two main ways:
Outsourcing of closed packages for specific projects. We provide all required documentation and establish delivery milestones according to your needs. Get a quote >
Our Backoffice platform can solve all your RAMS concerns. Backoffice encompasses a wide variety of experts in each discipline and systems engineering, that will provide a complete solution to your problem in less than 48 hours. Your plan >
Anzen is a full member of the European Organisation for Civil Aviation Equipment (EUROCAE), and we actively contribute our expertise and experience to the development of European rules for the safe design of UAS.
We are part of the following EUROCAE Working Groups:
WG-105 – Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
WG-105 SG-4 – Design and Airworthiness
WG-105 SG-6 – SORA
WG-105 SG-41 – RPAS System Safety Assessment Criteria
WG-105 SG-61 – SORA Work Plan
WG-63 – Complex Aircraft Systems
WG-63 SG-1 – Applicability of Existing Development Assurance and System Safety Practices to UAS and VTOL
WG-113 – Hybrid Electric Propulsion
WG-112 – VTOL
ED-280 – Guidelines for UAS safety analysis for the Specific category
We have also collaborated with a number of universities and research institutions to share knowledge, advance the industry, and accelerate improvements in UAS development.
The complexity of the certification process for UAS increases significantly due to the risk assessment requirements applicable to drones known as SORA (Specific Operations Risk Assessment).
We support clients looking to certify a UAS in the definition of the certification roadmap and the SAIL (Specific Assurance and Integrity Levels), based on CONOPS (Concept of Operations), as well as developing associated Safety activities. We use these frameworks to establish an adequate level of confidence that operations can be conducted within an acceptable level of risk.
An eVTOL global key player Anzen is supporting some of the leading eVTOL platforms in USA and Europe, looking to achieve eVTOL certification. As a leader in RAMS in eVTOL engineering we have extensive experience in hybrid, distributed, and electric propulsion and can offer comprehensive solutions to ensure efficient and safe eVTOL vehicle operation.
Specialist areas include: