DO-254 Professional Training Courses Aldec offers professional DO-254 training courses tailored specifically to design/verification engineers and managers who require DO-254 compliance. DO-254 Practitioners Course [3-Day Training] Upcoming Training: May 18-20, 2016 Las Vegas, Nevada You will learn: The FAA and How it Works Design Assurance Level Use of PLDs in Avionics Regulatory background and use of design assurance RTCA/DO-254 Background & Overview RTCA/DO-254 vs. RTCA/DO-178B CAST Papers Order 8110.105 & Job Aid Hardware Management Plans and Standards Plan for Hardware Aspects of Certification Requirements COTS & IP cores Classic Design Proces s RTCA/DO-254 Design Process Considerations Design Assurance Through Design Practice Example: Serial Line Data Receiver Verification and Validation Considerations Test Cases Considerations for Application of RTCA/DO-254 to complex electronic circuits Elemental Analysis LRU Example Recommendations Optimizing Requirements for Verification [1-Day Training] You will learn: How to write, organize and optimize requirements for verification. How to make verification less difficult, less expensive, less time consuming. The difference between requirements and design. How to perform Elemental Analysis according to RTCA/DO-254 Appendix B for Levels A and B hardware. The definition of a functional element. How to express functions. Aldec Training +1.702.990.4400 email@example.com Upcoming Events: Seminars Webinars What engineers are saying: “The breaking down of the dreaded DO-254 document into manageable sections of information was quite beneficial for me. The instructors were very knowledgeable about the subject and did not hesitate to make the students feel right at home when discussing DO-254,” said Dexter Wimberly, Design Verification Engineer at L3 Communications. “Very good practical experience and helpful hints,” said William Schnepp, Engineering Specialist at Williams International. “The aspects of the course that I found beneficial include the material for FFPA, clarification on level of details that needs to go in the requirements, verification approaches and how the FAA works,” said Santhi Ayyadevar, Verification Lead at eInfochips.