LieberLieber Software: next-generation doors for cats and dogs

Petwalk, the Austrian specialist for automatic dog and cat doors, is on an expansion course. In order to meet the strict safety regulations required for access to the American market, the company sought the support of LieberLieber. Together, they are now developing a model-based solution that demonstrably meets all safety regulations.

Automatic dog and cat doors are subject to demanding security requirements similar to those that apply, for example, to passenger elevators. They must comply with requirements for both the electronic and mechanical components. In order to be able to export to more complex legal markets such as the USA, Petwalk had to start a re-engineering project. The need for a model-based approach soon became apparent, which naturally led to contact with LieberLieber.

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