DO-254 Training: Avionics Hardware

DO-254 Training: Avionics Hardware

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Introduction:

DO-254 Training: Avionics Hardware Course – Hands-on

DO-254 Training: Avionics Hardware discusses various angles of DO-254 guideline and will help you develop and implement this standard in your organization.

DO-254, aka Eurocae ED-80, is an official avionics guideline, which demonstrates strategies of design assurance associated with airborne electronic hardware. DO-254 covers the required information comprehensively from the conceptual design, through planning, designating, executing, verifying, to validation. It also contains DO-254 Tool Qualification considerations. Presently, it is mandatory for most avionics projects to comply with a DO-254 certification. DO-254 training will help you fully learn all of these steps to execute in your own organization.

DO-254 Tool Qualification

Developing hardware demands using several tools including the tools for design, implementation, synthesis, simulation, libraries, verification, and physical coverage. DO-254 tool qualification relates to developing and verifying such tools. Various qualification requirements pertain to each, while most tools do NOT need to be qualified. But if necessary or mandated, DO-254 tool qualification uses a subset of DO-254. DO-254 training will also cover this part of the DO-254 guideline to ensure you are able to apply DO-254 Tool Qualification procedure when required.

DO-254 Training Format:

This training course is mostly practical. The most majority of the course is dedicated to labs, individual/group class activities, and hands-on workshops. Once the participants receive all the required theories and concepts through presentations, they immediately experience what they are taught with real-world projects and case studies.

Duration: 2 days

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Audience / Target Group:

The target audience for this DO-254 Training: Avionics Hardware course:

• Project managers
• Hardware engineers
• Systems engineers
• Process managers
• Design engineers
• Testing engineers
• Quality assurance engineers and managers
• All professionals involved with the projects that require DO-254 certification.

Objectives:

Upon completing this DO-254 Training: Avionics Hardware course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

• Understand the DO-254 and how it works
• Understand and execute design assurance level
• Apply PLDs in avionics
• Discuss the regulatory conditions
• Understand the background DO-254
• Explain the Hardware Management strategies and standards
• Explain the plan for hardware features of certification
• Understand the requirements
• Provide the requirements
• Understand COTS & IP cores
• Conduct the classic design process
• Explain RTCA/DO-254 design process considerations
• Apply design assurance via design practice
• Execute verification and validation
• Apply RTCA/DO-254 to complex electronic circuits
• Produce recommendations
• Develop, arrange and optimize requirements for verification
• Facilitate the verification process so that it would be less difficult, less costly, less time consuming
• Elaborate the differences of requirements and design
• Conduct elemental analysis consistent with RTCA/DO-254
• Express relevant functions

DO-254 Training: Avionics Hardware – Course Syllabus:

Overview of DO-254 Avionic Hardware

Introduction
DO-254 description
RTCA/DO-254 background
DO-254 evolutional path
Terminology and definitions
Applicable documents

Lifecycle of Designing Hardware

V-Model
Personnel roles and responsibilities
How processes and activities are related
Process sequencing
Internal correlation between processes
Feedback tools
Feedback procedure
Iterative development model
Problem reporting techniques
Traceability of reviews and evaluation outcomes
Planning process
Configuration management
Process assurance actions
Certification liaison
Flow diagrams development
Requirements apprehension
Conceptual design development
Detail design development
Implementation
Testing process
Assembly transition process

Configuration Management Planning (CMP)

Preparing for CMP
Identifying configuration
Defining the baselines and traceability
Configuration status
Reporting problems, tracking them, and developing corrective actions plan to solve them
Change management and change review

Hardware Design Environment

Hardware design techniques
Programming languages
Development environment
Development tools
Management tools
Testing tools
Tools hardware stage(s)

Hardware Data

Hardware design data
Trace data
Lifecycle of producing and regulating the hardware data
Lifecycle of submitting the hardware data
Hardware regulatory categories

Additional Considerations

Recycling and reusing the previously developed hardware
Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) elements
SH-1 Issue paper
Safety concerns
Design assurance concerns
Contractors, sub-tier vendors and off-shore facilities
Changes to plans

Hands-On Workshop Sample

Assume that you have a client that is a principal aerospace provider located in the USA. Their goal is to design a system that links aircraft with ground-based channels. They hire you to execute DO-254 advanced verification methodology in order to confirm their FPGA design in time for the product release.

Develop Constrained Random Verification (CRV) method for verifying FPGA design
Design and develop a reusable structure to facilitate changes in requirements
Verify the requirements
Consider EASA robustness specifications
Discuss which tools you are going to use
Apply all the DO-254 steps

Wrap-up – DO-254 Training: Avionics Hardware

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