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DO-278 Training by TONEX

DO-278 Training, RTCA DO-278 / EUROCAE ED-109 training covers the Guidelines for Communication, Navigation, Surveillance and Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) Systems Software Integrity Assurance”. Learn about DO-278 which is a key complement to the DO-178B/DO-178C airborne standard. RTCA DO-278 training course provides a framework to learn about guidelines for the assurance of software contained in non-airborne CNS/ATM systems. DO-278 training teaches the attendees requirements for  the software development process, the base set of required documentation and life cycle artifacts.

DO-178B/DO-178C//ED-12, Software Considerations in Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification, provides a set of objectives and guidelines used as assurance for the airborne software.

DO-278 training covers all you need for the application of DO-178B/DO-178C guidance to non-airborne CNS/ATM systems.

Learn about:

  • DO-278 guidelines for the production of software for ground based avionics systems and equipment for a level of confidence in safety. The guidelines are in the form of:
  • Objectives of software life cycle processes applied to airborne and activities
  • Certification  for ground based software part of avionics systems to be used in CNS or ATM equipment.
  •  DO-278 Approval
  • Administrative process
  • Software system within its  operational environment including all of its non-IT (information technology) parts at the FAA
  • Target of Evaluation (TOE)
  • Operational Environment (OE)
  • DO-278 Approval
  • Safety assessment
  • Proper Assurance Level (AL) needed for approval
  • Assurance Level 1 (AL1)
  • Assurance Level 2 (AL2)
  • Assurance Level 3 (AL3)
  • Assurance Level 4 (AL4)
  • Assurance Level 5 (AL5)
  • Assurance Level 6 (AL6)
  • Transitioning to RTCA DO-178C/DO-278A

Course Topics

Software Levels and Coverage

  • Flight-Critical Data Integrity  Assurance for Ground-Based  COTS Components
  • DO-278 Approval Process
  • Certification and Accreditation
  • Software Development Model
  • Internal Processes
  • Design and Engineering
  • Testing
  • Verification and Validation

Certification of Safety-Critical Software Under DO-178C and DO-278A

  • RTCA DO-278A3: Software Integrity Assurance Considerations for Communication, Navigation,
  • Surveillance and Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) Systems
  • RTCA DO-248C4: Supporting Information for DO-178C and DO-278A
  • RTCA DO-3305: Software Tool Qualification Considerations
  • RTCA DO-3316: Model-Based Development and Verification Supplement to DO-178C and DO-278A
  • RTCA DO-3327: Object-Oriented Technology and Related Techniques Supplement to DO-178C and
  • DO-278A
  • RTCA DO-3338: Formal Methods Supplement to DO-178C and DO-278A

The Software Levels in DO-278/ED-109

  • Transitioning to RTCA DO-178C/DO-278A
  • Assurance Levels (AL): AL1, AL2, AL3, AL4, AL5, and AL6
  • Software Failure Analysis and Modes
  • Failure of the Ground-based System
  • Catastrophic Failure Condition
  • Hazardous or Severe Failure Condition
  • Major Failure Condition
  • DO-278 Process and Documentation Requirements
  • Guidelines and Plan for Software Aspects of Approval (PSAA)
  • Guidelines to Create Software Quality Assurance Plan
  • Guidelines to Create Software Configuration Management Plan
  • Guidelines to Create Configuration Control Procedures
  • Guidelines to Create Software Code Standard
  • Guidelines to Create Software Design Standard
  • Guidelines to Create Software Requirements Standard
  • Guidelines to Create Software Development Plan
  • Guidelines to Create Software Verification Plan
  • Guidelines to Create Source, Executable Object Code, SCI and SECI
  • Guidelines to Create Software Design Document
  • Guidelines to Create Software Requirements Document
  • Guidelines to Create Software Development Plan
  • Guidelines to Create Software Verification Plan
  • Guidelines to Create Traceability Requirements
  • Guidelines to Create Test Cases and Procedures
  • Guidelines to Analyze Verification Results
  • Guidelines to Create Quality Assurance Records
  • Guidelines to Use Configuration Management Records
  • Guidelines to Monitor Problem Reports
  • Guidelines to Create Software Accomplishments Summary

 

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