LDRA and DDC-I are offering two seminars on developing safety-critical software to the highest levels of DO-178B/C certification. The events will take place in Boston, MA (Wednesday, June 15) and Montreal, Canada (Thursday, June 16). The seminars will outline practical techniques for meeting project timelines and cost targets when certifying up to the highest levels of DO-178B/C. LDRA and DDC-I will also explain the key differences in the new DO-178C standard that can yield significant productivity improvements in software process.
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.
DDC-I will host a webinar on about safety-critical software reuse for next-generation avionics and multi-core systems. The webcas is ideal for systems engineers, software engineers, and engineering managers who need to reuse software and adapt it to new target environments without changing the software. The online seminar will take place 2:00 PM EDT on May 12, 2010.
DDC-I’s DO-178B-certifiable Deos real-time operating system (RTOS) is now integrated with LDRA’s tool suite. The integrated solution enable developers to get to market faster with optimized, robust, and certifiable software that meets the most demanding safety-critical requirements, including DO-178B Level A, the FAA’s highest level of safety criticality. The integration gives developers across a broad range of mission-critical applications the turnkey platform they need to quickly develop, debug, comprehensively test, and deploy safety-critical software that can be readily certified to the most demanding requirements.