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Use this template to explain the fault tolerance of your system. Fault tolerance usually refers to the ability of system to continue in operation when some part fails. For example some devices have batteries that take over if the primary electrical power fails; others might have duplicate operations in place so that if one fails the other will take over. Fault tolerance is most commonly discussed in the context of hardware and software projects but can be part of any project; in general its contingency plan to continue operations or at least shut them down in safe in the event of failure or interruption of some kind. Introduce the topic of fault tolerance and explain why this is important in your proposal. Do the features of your system make it more reliable than the competition. Do they allow you to operate under broader range of conditions. Fault tolerant feature #1 e. g. " Duplicate sensors register power level" or " Overflow valve is automatically released when pressure exceeds maximum defined level" Description of this feature. Be sure to include discussion of when it would be needed how it would work and the benefits of having such feature. Fault tolerant feature #2 Description of this feature. Fault tolerant feature #3 Description of this feature.
Summarize the importance of fault tolerance here.