DO-297 Training | IMA Development Guidance

DO-297 Training | IMA Development Guidance

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DO-297 Training Course – Hands-on

DO-297 Training, Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) Development Guidance and Certification Considerations

DO-297 training provides with the concepts, theories, methods, and requirements to create, develop, and maintain an effective DO-297 guideline. DO-297 training course delivers the basics for creating and incorporating Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) system and its relationship and RTCA/DO-297 guidance and certification considerations.

Integrated modular avionics (IMA) and DO-297 are presently the analysis methods in the aerospace domain. Such techniques offer notions for the development and certification of the potential system architectures in the future. In fact, IMA is an architectural technique containing various hosts linked together by a safety-critical channel system. Such communication system needs to deliver various features to give support to a modular and integrated architecture. DO-297, in particular, handles the modular certification that is a requirement for the certification of these architectures. The integration of the IMA system and the certification standard enables establishing effective procedures for development and certification where the process is fully supported by the features of the communication system. DO-297 training will discuss such features, the correlation between the IMA system, its main communication structure and the development and certification process.

The integrated modular avionic (IMA) structure, presented in different current civil aircrafts, signifies a real-time avionic system layer with several adjustable, reusable, and inter-functional hardware and software elements that are able to introduce a number of applications executing aircraft operations at various levels. DO-297 hands-on will discuss the fundamental knowledge of IMA conferring RTCA DO-297.

Learn About:

• IMA definition
• IMA and DO-297 advantages
• History of IMA and DO-297
• Verification, integration and approval using RTCA/DO-297 and Technical
• DO-297 (Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) Development Guidance and Certification Considerations)
• Common issues in IMA development and certification
• Practical hints for IMA development and certification
• Certification fundamentals
• DO-297 relationship to ARP-4754A
• Planning
• Avionic system development
• Safety analysis
• Development assurance levels
• Validation
• Execution verification
• Configuration management
• Process assurance
• Tools qualification
• Certification liaison
• DO-297 application approval

DO-297 training delivers primary avionic IMA evidences and IMA certification perspectives in regards to DO-297. This hands-on DO-297 training gives you the knowledge required to develop successful DO-297 IMA avionics. Our DO-297 training is mostly constructed of practical exercise, hands-on workshops, and group activities. The examples and project topics are chosen from the real-world case studies.

Duration: 3 days

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» We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the DO-297 Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).

» If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the DO-297 Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Audience / Target Group:

The target audience for this DO-297 Training course:

• Developers of IMA systems
• Integrators of IMA systems
• Managers and supervisors
• Project managers
• All professionals who are involved in developing IMA DO-297 guidelines

Objectives:

Upon completing this DO-297 Training course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

• Understand the definition of Integrated Modular Avionic system
• Understand the role of DO-297 in IMA
• Prepare the requirements for DO-297
• Apply appropriate methods and tools associated with DO-297 certification
• Articulate the correlation of DO-297 with ARP-4754A
• Develop the avionic system architecture
• Perform the required safety assessments
• Derive the relevant assurance levels
• Perform validation and verification processes
• Implement the DO-297 configuration management
• Design, develop, and perform process assurance
• Discuss and follow the DO-297 application acceptance

DO-297 Training – Course Syllabus:

Overview of DO-297

What is IMA?
What is DO-297
History of IMA and DO-297
IMA benefits
IMA applications
DO-297 applications
Terminology
–Robust partitioning
–ARINC 653
–AFDX
–APEX API
IMA time partition

Fundamentals of Avionics Embedded Systems

System definition
IMA samples
Planned function
Associated rules, principles, and guidance material failure condition category (ARP 4754)
Minimum performance standards environmental qualification
Software design assurance standard (DO-178C)
Hardware design assurance guideline (DO-254)
Configuration Management

DO-297 Certification Steps

Task 1: platform, module
Task 2: application
Task 3: IMA system (off the aircraft)
Task 4: Aircraft integration
Task 5: change of, modules of, applications
Task 6: reuse of, modules of, applications

Regulations, Standards, and Guidance

Strategies and guidelines
–AC 20-170
–DO-297
Standards
Regulations
Actions

AC 20-170 and TSO C-153

Failure condition (ARP-4761, ARP-4754)
Functional requirement (MPS)
Environmental requirement (DO-160G)
Software design assurance (DO-178C)
Hardware design assurance (DO-254)
Configuration management
Quality control considerations

IMA System Characteristics

Shared resources
Platform independent application development
Portable applications
Flexible with limited effects
Increased configuration management (CM) complication
Most CM issues must be handled at the integrated level

Federated vs IMA Architecture

Processes
Resources
Applications
Management and strategies

IMA Features

Layered architecture
Reconfiguration of applications on the modules
–Static reconfiguration
–Dynamic reconfiguration
Partitioning: protection devices to share resources
Flexible scheduling
Code reuse and portability
An operating system to run the applications
Physical integration of networks, modules and IO devices
Design for development

Differences between ARINC 653 and DO-297

ARINC 653 is a FSW level standard
DO-297 is tied to IMA
From RTCA standpoint
From FAA perspective
Relationship to DO-178
Concept structures
Relationship to APEX (API)
Relationship to RTOS

Partitioned Avionic Software

Correlation to IMA
Incorporating mixed criticality systems
Application layer development
System fault tolerance
Importance of partitioning
Effective SW partitioning

Examples of Aircrafts Using IMA

Airbus A350
Airbus A380
Airbus A400M
ATR 42
ATR 72
BAE Hawk (Hawk 128 AJT)
Boeing 777
Boeing 787

Case Study Sample: NASA IV&V Mission

Once the mission was over, the components were reused
Avionics were reconfigured for a new mission
Minimal avionics computers
Substituting the display module with another flight module
Effector and sensor modifications
Discuss all the steps and elements of DO-297

Wrap-up – DO-297 Training

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