Relex Italia SRL

Partner short name: Relex

Brief description

Relex Italia’s cooperate with wide spectrum of industries, including aerospace and defence, telecommunications, automotive, transportation, oil&gas, medical devices. Relex software is used by the science and engineering departments of several widely recognized Italian universities and supports many governmental organizations (e.g. National Institute of Nuclear Physics).

The Relex is focused on services and support in the following main areas: design for reliability (planning , prediction, availability) and maintainability (logistics, RCM techniques), risk analysis.

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Relex was founded on the principle that reliability engineering software tools should be easy-to-use, well-designed, robust, feature-packed, and accurate. While engineering applications often are cumbersome and difficult to use, Relex tools have always been designed with our customers in mind. They provide you with the power to perform all of your reliability activities in one seamlessly integrated product. The Relex Reliability Studio is the most advanced reliability tool set available. Built on a robust, proven architecture, Relex Reliability Studio easily scales from team-based, single-user installations to large, enterprise-wide, corporate use. It is a powerful, flexible, comprehensive solution for all your reliability software needs.

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