DO-178C: Applying the standard to a model-based design flow to achieve safe and efficient development and verification processes
April 13, 2016 – Bristol, United Kingdom
Starting 09:00 am at
CFMS Services Ltd Bristol & Bath Science Park
DO-178C has been adopted as the current safety standard for airborne systems by major certification authorities. Implementing an efficient and compatible process within a model based design flow presents a significant number of demands for developers of safety critical software in avionics. Applying the latest objectives of DO-178C can be a challenging task. How do you take best advantage from the latest model based design methods in this context? What are the best ways to ensure that your application development and verification processes will efficiently lead to certification under the latest revisions of the standard? Can you automate the flow without compromising safety?
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Join Pierre Vincent, ANSYS Safety Manager and DO-178C Expert as he presents best practices for systems and software development with respect to DO-178C.
- Learn how to best tailor your development and verification process with model-based development and verification, and formal methods strategies
- Understand the new tool qualification requirements within DO-178C and how to best utilize tools for automatic code generation to make sure that your safety-critical avionics and defense applications are developed with the best possible approach.
- Discover how an integrated system and software design process can help you to ensure that requirements are understood and communicated effectively between various organizations within your development flow.
- Hear directly from BAE Systems on how they have implemented a model-based development and verification within a DO-178C framework.
The seminar is free-of-charge, but the number of attendees will be limited, so please register now.