The impact of RTCA DO-178C and new trends in software specification – what it means to you

On-Demand Aired Live March 06, 2012

Many safety-critical developers are wondering what the newly released DO-178C document means to them, their organizations and their internal processes. Presentations by George Romanski of Verocel and Joe Wlad, FAA DER and Senior Director at Wind River will give the audience useful information on what they can expect when certifying software to DO-178C standards. George will cover what is new with DO-178C, what is common with DO-178B and how the new tools and technology supplements (DO-330, DO-331, DO-332 and DO-333) complement DO-178C. Viewers will get an overview of all changes and how it may impact their current software projects. Joe Wlad will follow with a summary on how DO-178C may be invoked in future designs and if developers who are currently using DO-178B will be able to keep using DO-178B for the time being. Joe will also cover some new trends in system and software certification regarding the use of multi-core architectures and integrated modular avionics and how certification authorities may evaluate these new technologies.

Joe Wlad, Sr. Director for Wind River Systems
George Romanski , CEO for Verocel

John McHale, Editorial Director, Military Embedded Systems Magazine, OpenSystems Media
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