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Seminar: Invoking DO-178C and Getting Ready for DO-254A

LDRA is offering a two-day seminar on DO-178C and DO-254A. The event will focus on the invocation of DO-178C and the new FAA and EASA guidance that has formed the foundation of the proposed DO-254A standard. The seminar will also explain the DO-178C processes and show how to apply them across the development lifecycle. The title of the seminar is Invoking DO-178C and Getting Ready for DO-254A.

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Real-Time & Embedded Computing Conference Includes MEDS and MILESTONE Events

The RTC Group Boston RTECC

The Real-Time & Embedded Computing Conference (RTECC) is headed to Boston at the Sheraton Framingham next Tuesday, May 15, 2012. The RTC Group’s event features two keynotes, Android: A Medical Development Perspective (presented by Alan Cohen of Logic PD) and Where’s My Drone?… and other Technology Security Issues for Tactical Military Electronics (presented by Glenn Thoren of Charles Stark Draper Laboratory). RTECC also includes two new co-located events: the Medical Electronic Device Solutions Conference (MEDS) and the Military Electronics Development Conference known as MILESTONE.

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Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum 2011 – California

SAE International and Aerospace Engineering magazine is sponsoring Mentor Graphics’ Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum in California. IESF is a one-day conference and forum for electrical and electronic systems design, network design, wire harness engineering, simulation and analysis within the military and aerospace industries. IESF California will take place Tuesday, September 13, 2011, at the Marriott Hotel in Long Beach, California.

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GE Intelligent Platforms BusTools-1553 v7 Bus Analyzer

GE Intelligent Platforms launched version 7 of their BusTools-1553 Bus Analyzer software application. BusTools-1553 v7 data bus analyzer includes the Dynamic Bus Monitor stop/start feature which enables engineers to dynamically achieve the most efficient routing of 1553 bus traffic on the fly by modifying the configuration of a network while simulated traffic is running. MIL-STD-1553 is a military standard published by the US DoD that defines the mechanical, electrical, and functional characteristics of a serial data bus. It has widespread use in military avionics and in spacecraft for on-board data handling for such activities as control of aircraft subsystems.

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