The consequences of a bug in airborne electronic hardware (AEH) can potentially be catastrophic. DO-254 was established to ensure that the potential for hardware bugs is addressed in a consistent and verifiable manner. It defines a set of guidelines that should be followed to ensure that your AEH design safely performs its intended function in its specified environment(s). Even if your design is not AEH, you'll still find the "best practice" guidelines helpful.
DO-254 describes the objectives of a verification process to allow the development of systems that meet your design assurance goals. This web seminar will explain the critical aspects of a DO-254-compliant process and show how many advanced verification techniques and tools may be applied to satisfy these objectives.
What You Will Learn
- What is DO-254?
- What do I have to do to satisfy DO-254?
- How can I take advantage of new verification technologies under DO-254?
- What does Mentor offer to help me implement a leading-edge DO-254 verification process?