Do278a

DO-278A Training | Software Integrity Assurance

Length: 3 Days

DO-278A Training, DO-278A Software Integrity Assurance Considerations for Communication, Navigation, Surveillance and Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) Systems
DO-278A Training Course Description
DO-278A training provides you with the knowledge, concepts, principals, history, standards, and tools relevant to DO-278A. Learn about DO-278A, Software Integrity Assurance Considerations for Communication, Navigation, Surveillance and Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) Systems
We will teach you how to create, develop, and verify avionic software to DO-278A/ED- 109A. Also, we will cover the supplements of DO-278A/ED-109A to deliver extra support for model-based design, object-oriented programming and official techniques. DO-278A training will also discuss the logic behind the goals in DO-278A/ED-109A, the Tool Qualification document (DO-330/ED-215) and the supplements including DO-331/ED-216, DO-332/ED-217 and DO-333/ED-218.
DO-278A training is delivered in two separate modules; lectures and practical activities. Participants will learn all the theoretical material needed to develop and implement DO-278A via fun, interactive lectures and then they will experience what they have been taught through practical activities. The Practical module includes several labs, group activities, and hands-on seminars.

Audience

DO-278A training is a 3-day course designed for:
• Software engineers
• Software testers
• Managers
• Quality assurance or certification personnel
• All individuals interested in learning about DO-278A

Training Objectives

Upon the completion of DO-278A training, the attendees are able to:
• Create, develop, and verify software to fulfill the goals of DO-278A/ED-109A
• Understand the difference between high-level and low-level requirements of DO-278A
• Discuss the meaning of DO-278A/ED-109A by requirements-based evaluation?
• Discuss the modified condition/decision coverage (MC/DC)?
• Explain the data coupling evaluation and control coupling
• Understand the data adaptation its application
• Use the product service history
• Apply supporting data in DO-248C/ED-94C
• Understand the concept and value of model simulation
• Understand the concept and value of qualified auto-code generators
• Discuss and explain the supplemental goals while using object-oriented technology
• Employ the object- oriented technology complement in their project even if they don’t use object-oriented methods
• Understand the concept and value of formal methods
• Reduce the frequency and amount of testing
• Create, develop, and verify software methods to fulfill the objectives of DO-330/ED-215
• Describe the five Tool Qualification Levels TQL1-TQL5
• Explain and understand the supplement DO-331/ED-216 on Model-Based Development and Verification
• Demonstrate model requirements
• Explain supplement DO-332/ED-217 on object-oriented technique and associated tools?
• Explain the extra objectives during the use of object-oriented technology
• Elaborate the needs of employing the object- oriented technology supplement to their project
• Explain the supplement DO-333/ED-217 on Formal Methods

Course Outline

Overview of DO-278A
• What is DO-278A
• What is ED-109A
• History of DO-278A/ED-109A
• DO-278A/ED-109A requirements
• DO-278A/ED-109A applications
• Gap Analysis
• Compliance Determination
DO-278A Key Features
• DO-278A fundamental principles
• DO-278A objectives
• Safety, software, hardware and certification of the avionic environment
• DO-278A audition
• DO-278A project management
• DO-278A budget management
• DO-278A schedule management
• Typical DO-278A initiation mistakes
DO-278A Planning Process
• DO-278A requirements
• DO-278A designing
• DO-278A coding
• DO-278A integration
• DO-278A reverse-engineering
• DO-278A verification and validation
• DO-278A quality assurance
• DO-278A configuration management
DO-278A Main Differences with DO-178
• Assurance Levels
• Classification
• Mitigation
• Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) technology incorporation
Software Verification Process
• Avionics development data
• Data analysis
• Testing
• Coverage evaluation
• Traceability
• Verification and validation
Software Considerations
• Comprehensive input testing
• Reliability models
• Manifold version different software verification
• Previously-developed software
• Product service record
• Tools for developing environment
DO-278A Assurance Levels and Their Corresponding DO-178B / ED-12 Safety Levels
• AL1, corresponding to Level A
• Disastrous: stops continual safe flight or landing, many lethal damages
• AL2, corresponding to Level B
• Hazardous/Severe: possible lethal damages to a small amount of occupants
• AL3, corresponding to Level C
• Major: damages crew efficacy, distress or possible damages to occupants
• AL4, no equivalent
• AL5, corresponding to Level D
• Minor: abridged aircraft safety limitations, but well inside crew competences
• AL6, corresponding to Level E
• No impact: does not impact the safety of the airplane at all
DO-278A Requirements Documentation
• SAAP: Software Aspects of Approval Plan
• SQAP: Software Quality Assurance Plan
• SCMP: Software Configuration Management Plan
• CCP: Configuration Control Protocols
• Software code standard
• Software design standard
• Software requirements guideline
• SDP: Software Development Plan
• SVP: Software Verification Plan
• Source, implementable object code, SCI and SECI
• Software design documentation
• Software requirements documentation
• Traceability
• Test cases
• Verification outcomes
• Quality assurance logs
• Configuration management logs
Security Tools
• Cryptography
• Access security
• Intrusion detection
• Information and data protection
• Hazard analysis
• Vulnerability analysis
DO-278A Supplements
• RTCA DO-330
• Software tool qualification considerations
• RTCA DO-331
• Model-Based development and verification supplement
• RTCA DO-332
• Object-oriented technology and related techniques supplement to DO-178C and DO-278
• RTCA DO-333
• Formal methods supplement
SPECTRAMIND Case Study Sample: Flight-Crucial Data Reliability Assurance For Ground-Based COTS Elements
• System description
• Current guidelines associated with ground-based systems and COTS
• DO-278A coverage associated with this topic
• FFA ground-based standards
• Approaches to safety and security
• Risk mitigation evaluation
• Data integrity in ground-based systems
• Recommendations
• Proof-of-concept architecture
DO-278A Training

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