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Cognition Cockpit for Systems Engineering

Cognition Cockpit™ is a unique tool. Cockpit's strenght can be explained by the integral approach that combines rich requirements management features and traceabily functions with powerful mathematical functions and risk management.


With these mathematical functions it is possible to calculate with quantified requirements. This enables you to demonstrate in each stage of your product development process whether you meet the defined requirements. You can correct things in an early stage so that not jus the right product will be developed, but also that each product will function as intended all the time.

Key functions:

  • Requirements Management and traceability functions
  • Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)
  • Excel function transfer possible
  • Monte Carlo- , Pareto analyses and many other reports
  • Powerful import functions
  • Object oriented repository to store a multitude of information
  • Extensive customisations possible

What makes Cockpit interesting for you?

The powerful integral approach of Cockpit makes sure you are able to evaluate and demonstrate your compliance to requirements all the time. Everyone works based on the same information. This allows you to deliver the right product, prevent expensive recall actions and compliance issues, realize your time-to-market objectives and realize predictable process- and product quality.

Cockpit services

Synergio offers a number of useful services to help you quickly on your way with Cockpit:

  • Cockpit-as-s-Service
  • Cockpit customization
  • Cockpit training
  • Cockpit coaching



Cockpit product information

More information about Cockpit:

  • Cockpit brochure
  • Movies
  • Detailed feature presentations
  • Version 7
  • Request a trial version
  • Prices



When searching on the internet, you will quickly find over 100 tools that claim to do something with requirements. But how good are they really to support you in your work?

To help you make you choice from the many available requirements tools, here some articles:

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