DO-178B/C Techniques for Developing Software to Safety-Critical Standards

DDC-I and LDRA are offering a seminar on DO-178B and DO-178C safety-critical software development. The seminar will cover the new objectives and guidance for DO-178C; establishing effective safety-critical software processes for maximum success and minimum cost; utilizing object oriented technologies, formal methods and model-based development; and designing safer, more reliable and maintainable embedded software. The event will take place on January 27th at the Hilton Garden Inn, Hartford North/Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, CT.

DO-178B and DO-178C Seminar Topics

  • New Objectives and Guidance for DO-178C
  • How to establish effective safety critical software processes for maximum success and minimum cost
  • Utilize Object Oriented Technologies, Formal Methods and Model Based Development with DO-178C
  • Design safer, more reliable and maintainable embedded software
  • Techniques for automating hand code development and verification
  • Understand Requirements Engineering Objectives in DO-178B and DO-178C
  • Changes to requirements traceability from DO-178B to DO-178C
  • Minimize software testing redundancy and overkill
  • Manage Audit Risk: the biggest risk to Schedule and Budget

The half-day seminar is ideal for project managers, engineers (software, system, process and verification), engineering managers and business development managers. The presenters are Bill St. Clair (a working member of the DO-178C plenary and the Object Oriented Technology subgroup) and Tim King (an industry expert with over 20 years of experience developing and marketing commercial avionics and RTOS software).

More information: DDC-I and LDRA Seminar Registration