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Title: Tool Qualification – DO-254, DO-330, and ISO 26262 Approaches

Description: The concept of tool qualification has been around for quite a while. The basic intent is to ensure that tools do what they claim to do. In years past, tools used for FPGA and ASIC development and verification have often gotten a pass on this process through claims of wide-spread tool usage or assertions that all tool outputs will be subsequently verified. Increasingly, such claims are being challenged as design complexity increases and tool update cycles grow shorter. This webinar will review the state of play with regards to tool qualification as required by major design assurance guidelines, most notably DO-254 and ISO-26262. DO-330, the RTCA standalone treatment of tool qualification, will also be reviewed to see how it may serve as the future model for hardware tool qualification. DO-330’s division of responsibilities between tool user vs. tool developer will also be discussed. Personnel responsible for selecting tools and subsequently qualifying them should find this webinar informative and through-provoking.

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