WIRRAL, UK: LDRA, the leader in standards compliance, automated software verification, source code analysis and test tools, announces two-day seminar on DO-178C and DO-254A taught by DO-178C Committee Members and Level A FAA DERs Todd White and Steve Morton.
Given recent changes and the criticality of these standards to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the US and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification authorities, LDRA Certification Services (LCS) has created a seminar to explain the changes and development and provide in depth instruction and course documentation.
The DO-178C and DO-254 guidance are globally recognized and applied by companies seeking to develop high quality safety-critical airborne software and complex electronic hardware and by those seeking to regulate and certify such devices. The LCS Level A FAA DER instructors will also explain the DO-178C/DO-254 relationships to the aircraft standard, ARP-4754A, and the system safety standard, ARP-4751, giving attendees a comprehensive understanding of compliant systems.
The class, focused on the invocation of DO-178C and the new FAA and EASA guidance that has formed the foundation of the proposed DO-254A standard, will explain the DO-178C processes and show how to apply them across the development lifecycle.