Date: 27 May 2013 - 09:30 - 14:20
Date: 28 May 2012 - 09:30 - 14:20
Date: 29 May 2013 - 09:30 - 14:20
Date: 30 May 2013 - 09:30 - 14:20
Date: 31 May 2013 - 09:00 - 14:20
These half day seminars will discuss the newest version of the MISRA standard that lets developers take advantage of more C features while helping them mitigate risk for safety-critical applications. Our speakers will provide the very latest information directly from the MISRA committee and will discuss the plans for the future. Listen to Chris Tapp, Chairman of the MISRA C++, member of the MISRA C Working group and one of the key authors of this important new standard.
Anyone developing software with the potential to put lives at risk has an obligation to take every reasonable step to ensure that their work is sound. Adhering to standards is one key step in that process, and MISRA is the internationally recognised foundation for best coding practises. However, features of the language that are designed to increase application performance, developer productivity and implementation flexibility, are often just the features that such standards disallow and this has long been a source of trouble for developers. MISRA C:2012, with its more flexible approach, changes the game in this respect.
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Chris Tapp is a Field Applications Engineer at LDRA with more than 20 years experience of embedded software development. He graduated from the University of Durham in 1987 and has spent most of his career working within the automotive, industrial control and information technology industries, mainly as a self-employed consultant. He has been involved with MISRA since 2001 and is currently chairman of the MISRA C++ working group and an active member of the MISRA C working group. He has been with LDRA since 2007, where he specialises in programming standards.
Shrikant Satyanarayan is a Technical Consultant with LDRA, in India, specialising in the development, integration and certification of mission- and safety-critical systems in avionics, nuclear, industrial safety and automotive domains. With a solid background in software development, software testing and real-time operating systems, Shrikant guides organisations in selecting, integrating and supporting their embedded systems from development through to certification.
Veena B. N. is working as Sr. Technical Consultant at LDRA, Bangalore. Her 12 years experience includes Field Application Engineering, Software Development and University Teaching. Her core expertise is in embedded systems domain, which includes technical product support and training assignments on VxWorks, Windriver Linux, LynxOS, Embedded Linux, etc. She has a Master Degree in Electronics & Communication from Bangalore University.
Anil Kumar is a Technical Consultant with LDRA, in India, specialising in the development, integration and certification of mission- and safety-critical systems. With a solid background in development tools and real-time operating systems, Anil guides organizations in selecting, integrating and supporting their real-time embedded systems from development through to certification.
Deepu Chandran is a Field Applications Engineer with LDRA’s India office. Deepu specialises in the development, integration and certification of mission- and safety-critical systems in avionics, nuclear, industrial safety and security. With a solid background in development and testing tools, Deepu guides organisations in selecting, integrating, and supporting their embedded systems from development through certification.
Date: June 6 - 8, 2013 - 09:00 - 17:00
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Bangalore, Karnataka, India
The RTCA/DO-178C training program is specifically designed to provide participants with a deep insight into software considerations within airborne systems and equipment certification for civilian aircraft. This level of certification is in high demand from the private, public and government sectors of the avionics industry in Bangalore. In addition, DO-178C is not only used by the avionics industry but also: medical, nuclear and industrial control.
The training program aims to provide an understanding/interpretation of the DO-178C standard for OEMs/Tier 1&2 and certification authorities. The training is delivered by experienced DERs and RTCA committee members who are able to provide an in-depth interpretation of the standard as well as share their experience from projects all over the world including best practices,methods and tools.
The RTCA/DO-178C guidelines are globally recognised and applied by both companies seeking to develop high quality safety-critical software applications and those seeking to regulate and certify such applications. Certification authorities such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the US and the European Aviation Safety Administration (EASA) in Europe, have applied the guidelines for many years and hence it is very important for interested parties to ensure that they keep abreast of the latest developments and maintain a sufficient understanding of the guidelines as a whole.
What’s New In DO-178C?
Software Conformity Process
Military Application of DO-178C
SEI CMM / CMMI, ISO 9000 And AS 9100
FAA Designated Engineering Representative (DER)
Certification Authority Software Team (CAST)
The Madras Institute of Technology is a pioneer institution in the country. Started in the year 1949, it offers advanced professional courses in aeronautical engineering, automobile engineering, electronics, instrumentation technology, production and rubber technology and master’s program in avionics and mechatronics. Many of its past students are holding key positions in various defence research establishments, public sector, private sector, and multinational companies both within the country and abroad. The Bangalore Chapter of the MIT Alumni Association is 46 years old and is actively engaged in promoting exchange of technical information amongst its members as well as the engineering community by organizing technical seminars / lectures regularly.
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For more than forty years, LDRA has developed and driven the market for software that automates code analysis and software testing for safety-, mission-, security- and business-critical markets. Working with clients to achieve early error identification and full compliance with industry standards, LDRA traces requirements through static and dynamic analysis to unit testing and verification for a wide variety of hardware and software platforms.
LDRA Certification Services (LCS), a division of LDRA offers the first comprehensive and fully compliant FAA/EASA certification solution. LCS has assembled a team of certification industry experts who are credentialed across all aviation disciplines. LCS is also aligned with Development & Verification specialists who use the LDRA tool suite® and other complementary tools to ready products for certification.
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Steve Morton is a consultant FAA Level A Software DER with extensive expertise in the development and use of aerospace software tools. Steve was a member of SC-205, which developed DO-178C, DO-278A, and their technology supplements. Steve substituted as acting co-chair of subgroup 3, which was responsible for the Software Tool Qualification Considerations supplement to DO-178C, and was an Editorial Subcommittee Member for DO-248C. In addition to his consultancy at TBV Associates, Steve was formerly a Software DER at Hawker Beechcraft Corporation, with responsibilities across the spectrum of HBC’s Part 23 and Part 25 aircraft line up. Steve has provided training on tool qualification at multiple FAA National Software and Airborne Electronic Hardware Conferences.
Renuka Revanna has more than 25 years of experience in hardware and software development and verification at India’s premier Aerospace Research Organization, NAL. Has practical experience in various certification aspects of airborne software at Honeywell and is well versed in DO-178B, DO-278, DO-254, ARP 4754, 8110.49, FAA Job Aid. Has deep understanding of Aerospace related quality procedures and processes. She has given many sessions of training on DO-178B, DO-278, DO-254 and ARP 4754. Has in Depth Knowledge and experience in Embedded systems. Good experience in software verification and validation activities for aerospace.
Todd R. White is a Systems and Equipment FAA DER with Level A authority on all aircraft systems and equipment for both Software and Airborne Electronic Hardware. LCS RTCA/DO-178C training materials are developed by Todd based on his industry experience. As a DER and certification consultant, Todd has worked with the largest and well-known suppliers of avionics. He is an Executive Committee Member of the DO-178C / DO-278A Committee, where his invaluable leadership role was formally recognized by the RTCA President at the closing session. Todd is also an Executive Committee Member of the NextGen Task Force and holds a leadership role in the U.S. DO-254 Users Group.
Rs. 12,500/- per delegate (This includes course materials, lunch & snacks for the duration of three days)
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