ATRT Analysis Manager FAQs

Questions

What is ATRT Analysis Manager?
How does ATRT Analysis Manager work?
How do I obtain a copy of ATRT Analysis Manager?
Is training for ATRT Analysis Manager available?
What should I do if I have a question about ATRT Analysis Manager not answered here?

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What is ATRT Analysis Manager?

ATRT Analysis Manager is an automated test analysis tool that allows the user to perform event reconstruction, requirements verification, and performance analysis for a System Under Test (SUT), which can be a system of systems. ATRT Analysis Manager has been used to achieve >75% reduction in test analysis time for large, complex test programs.

How does ATRT Analysis Manager work?

ATRT Analysis Manager uses model-based system engineering practices to check requirements compliance and performance metrics. First, data dictionaries translate the raw data (e.g. CDRF) files into a database. Next, complex relationships in the data are used to reconstruct the discrete events (e.g. engagements, tracks, etc.) which were captured during the test, and each event is assessed for requirements compliance and performance metrics. Finally, standard and custom reports are generated. These reports include event reconstruction and timing of events, requirements compliance results, performance metrics and plots over time, and summaries of test results.

How do I obtain a copy of ATRT Analysis Manager?

To request an evaluation copy, please visit our contact page.

Is training for ATRT Analysis Manager available?

Yes, ATRT Analysis Manager training sessions are available and customized to fit your needs.

What should I do if I have a question about ATRT Analysis Manager not answered here?

To request more information, please visit our contact page.