DO-200A Training | DO-200B Processing Aeronautical Data

Length: 2 Days

DO-200A Training, Standards for Processing Aeronautical Data, with DO-200B Update
DO-200A Training Course Description
DO-200A training provides you the principals, methods, and requirements for avionics databases. We will discuss the differences and similarities of DO-200A and DO-178 databases and the techniques are used during the development of each. You also will become familiar with the ecosystem modification of DO-200A avionics data, from the conceptual stage all the way to the end-user.
DO-200A, aka the Standards for Processing Aeronautical Data, is a foundation of the present aviation systems. DO-178 and DO-278 serve as a mindshare, while DO-200A operates as the workhorse based on which all the modern aircraft defined. The reason is because DO-200A oversees the tools via which data required for secure airplane functions are gathered, efficient, used, and sustained.
DO-200B Update is included.
DO-200A training teaches you the standards for the following aeronautical aspects:
• The mandatory guidelines for analyzing the aeronautical data
• The data applied to navigate, plan flight, provide terrain awareness, simulate flights, and etc.
• Developing, modification, and support aeronautical data requirements
• Deliver data quality
Although DO-200A is a descendant of DO-178, it not a copy of DO-178. In fact, DO-200A demonstrates a completely different type of principle, in which the data quality is maintained, ensured, and provided across the data processing sequence. DO-200A training course will clarify such differences and elaborates what are the differences between quality “data” certification DO-200A and avionics software DO-178.
SPECTRAMIND DO-200A training is a combination of theoretical material and practical exercise. Practical activities include labs, group activities, and hands-on workshops.
DO-200B updates with Letters of Approval (LOA), processes, tools, and best practices.
RTCA/DO-200B updates include:
• Revisions to the standard reflecting integrity provisions and lessons learned from
previous LOA activities,
• Expansion from a navigation data-centric focus to include all types of aeronautical
data (e.g., navigation, terrain, obstacle, airport mapping, and other purposes),
• Revisions to improve linkages with current industry and regulatory activities (e.g.,
• Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) / Next Generation Air Transportation
• System (NextGen), Performance Based Navigation (PBN), System Wide Information
Management (SWIM), Aeronautical Data Quality (ADQ), etc.) and other updates,
• Improved characterization of data quality requirements (DQRs),
Adapted RTCA/DO-330, Software Tools Qualification Considerations, to provide
better structure and consistency for database production tool qualification,
• Improved content and guidance on validation and verification activities,
• New requirements and guidance on security for aeronautical data processing,
Improved guidance on documentation and evidence of compliance,

Learn about:

• DO-200A’s true goals
• The ways to obtain DO-200A Letters of Approval (LOA)
• What you need to have for DO-200A
• How the data quality requirements stated, managed, and verified
• The methods can be applied for DO-200A and when such methods should be qualified
• The role of DO-200A quality assurance and audits
• The mandatory DO-200A processes requirements
• The DO-200A Best Practices and effective strategies
• The foundation of DO-201 and how it associated to DO-200
• How to cut down the DO-200A compliance costs
• How to make the processes faster


DO-200A training is a 2-day course designed for:
• Engineers
• Managers
• Quality assurance
• Certification personnel

Training Objectives

Upon the completion of DO-200A training, the attendees are able to:
• Comprehend the fundamental principals of DO-200A’s
• Comprehend and explain the exact goals of DO-200A for Data Chain Integrity
• Explain the DO-200A database
• Describe the definition of data
• Clarify the differences between data “Supplier” and “User”
• Comprehend the DO-200A’s Planning Process
• Comprehend the DO-200A’s Verification Process
• Comprehend the DO-200A’s Quality Assurance
• Comprehend the DO-200A’s Configuration Management
• Discuss and provide the DO-200A’s Data Quality Requirements
• Reduce the DO-200A’s processing cost and schedule
• Discuss the usual DO-200A mistakes
• Implement the proper strategies to avoid and reduce these mistakes
• Apply the DO-200A best practices

Course Outline

Overview of DO-200A
• Meaning of DO-200A
• History and evolution path of DO-200A
• Principals and concepts
• Tools and methods
• Letter of Approval documentation
• DO-200A best practices
• DO-200A data processing
DO-200A Features
• Fundamental principles
• Data Chain Integrity
• DO-200A database
• Data “Supplier” vs data “User”
• Planning Process
• Planning Verification Process
• Planning Quality Assurance
• Planning Configuration Management
• Data Quality Requirements
• Project management roles
• Mitigating cost and schedule
• Common mistakes and how to avoid/reduce them
• Best practices and effective strategy
• Aeronautical Data Processing
• Quality management data audits
• Applying AC-20-153A for DO-200A
Tiers of AIM Stakeholders
• State civil aviation authority
• State designated service provider
• Commercial service provider
• End user
Aeronautical Data Supply Chain
• Data originators
• Airports
• CNS Infrastructure
• Airspace designers
• ICAO standards
• State AIS Organizations
• Industry standards
• Commercial Data Providers
• Avionics Database Processors
• End users
• Airlines
• Pilots
Aeronautical Data Flow
• Data currents
• State data
• Customer data
• Supplier data
• Commercial data provider
• Collect
• Assess
• Aggregate
• Standardize
• Settle
• Arrange
• Combine
• Add value
• Distribute
• Products
• Navigation data services
• Charting services
• Function services
Aeronautical Data Management
• Digital
• Quality assured
• Standardized
• Shared
• Unified
• Timely
AIS-AIM Roadmap
• Stage 1 – Consolidation
• Quality criteria
• AIRAC obedience
• Execute coordinate reference standard (WGS-84)
• Delivery of terrain and difficulty data
• Phase 2 – Going Digital
• Data driven protocols
• eAIP
• Quality and accessibility improvement
• Phase 3 – Information Management
• Fully digital data management
• Digital data exchange
• Further quality and accessibility improvement
Data Quality Characteristics
• Accuracy
• Resolution
• Integrity
• Timeliness
DO-200A Training

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