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Title: ISO-26262 and DO-254 Achieving Compliance to Both

Description: Increasingly, the DO-254 industry is turning to general purpose computing platforms to implement functionality with safety of life implications. This is creating opportunities for electronics to be developed that can be used to support both avionics and automotive applications. These two domains employ somewhat similar design assurance guidelines for electronic hardware found in ISO 26262 and DO-254. Each guideline addresses safety-requirements, design activities, verification and validation, and configuration management. In addition, specific attention is paid to proving the correctness of tool operations, as well as dealing with COTS. This webinar will provide a high level introduction to both ISO 26262 and DO-254 (along with the associated regulatory considerations). Guideline similarities and differences will be addressed when complying with the various life cycle activities and objectives. Data requirements of the two guidelines will be reviewed. The guidelines’ approaches to dealing with complexity, safety requirement verification, tools, and COTS, both components and intellectual property will be highlighted. The webinar will conclude with the speaker’s thoughts on how dual compliance can be achieved.


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