Industry Best Practices on How to Achieve DO-178C Compliance
Andy Holton, System Engineer, Polarion Software
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires that any software component deployed on an airborne platform must first be certified to be compliant with requirements set forth in DO-178C, “Software Considerations in Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification.”
Please join us for this complimentary 45-minute webinar to learn how the automation of workflows can help you uncouple complex development processes at the work item level to accelerate innovative development while at the same time easing proof of compliance with DO-178C.
Take advantage of real-life best practice information from industry leaders, including the U.S. FAA and global defence contractors, to optimize your processes and streamline Verification and Validation (V&V) while at the same time significantly decreasing your costs.
Establish full, multi-direction traceability from system requirements to source and executable code
Enforce process compliance and documentation through automated workflows
Effectively leverage compliance deliverables via fully linked reuse, change and variant management
Streamline and automate your FAA auditing process
Unlock synergies across distributed teams by working on common, fully linked data
Leverage Risk Management and Verification and Validation (V&V) to achieve Compliance
Reduce costs by accelerating adoption and reducing IT burdens
Collaborate and exchange information in an agile way while staying compliant
Understand the benefits of effective licensing options including On-Premise, Hosted, and Saas
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