Ultimately the cost of failure for airborne electronics can be very high, a disaster. To avoid this, the DO-254 standard was published to help design and verification teams ensure a reliable and repeatable process so as to minimize the chances that things will go wrong.
The official title of DO-254 is “Design Assurance Guidance for Airborne Electronic Hardware” and it was originally published in the year 2000. In many ways is the hardware version of DO-178 provided guidance for software.
For the aircraft to fly it must be certified, which is an independent audit, by the required regularity authority (EASA, FAA). To be certified the electronic systems (LRU, CCA, FPGA) must have compliance with the agreed Design Assurance Levels (DALs)
This session will demonstrate how the latest verification advances are used in a DO-254-compliant process
Who Should Attend?
- Project Leads
- Design & Verification Engineers