Topics: Quality, Safety & Maintenance
This seminar is offered in China only and presented in Mandarin Chinese. The course materials are bilingual (English and Chinese).
With the increased demand and growth of software technology, the need has also grown for software tools to assist in the development, verification, transformation, test, analysis, modification and control of another software program, its data or documentation. In addition to application to the airborne and ground-based software, other domains using software tools include electronic hardware, space, systems, automotive, aeronautical databases and safety assessment processes. Software tool development teams frequently do not have software guidance background. The accuracy and reliability of the tools have an increasing influence on the quality of the airborne products as well as any software tool developed in compliance. Developed in support of DO-178C or CO-278A, DO-330 explains the process and objectives for qualifying software tools.
The instructor will provide a thorough overview of the core concepts and the utilization of DO-330, the airworthiness requirements for tool qualification, the assessment process, level, tool life cycle, tool qualification data, and more. Learning how to correctly interpret and meet the objectives of DO-330 should improve the compliance of airborne products.
By participating in this course, you will be able to:
Engineers in aviation airworthiness management.
It is recommended attendees have basic understanding of DO-178C (or DO-278A) and software engineering, and bachelor degree in a technical area.
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.
Dr. Wang is the CTO of Shanghai Aviation Technologies Co., Ltd. During his research and work experience in France, Mr. Wang has been deeply involved in software development, software certification and tool qualification. He has accumulated rich experience in software implementation and certification under the circumstance of airworthiness requirements based on DO-178C standard and its supplements. As a member of SC-205/WG-71, the editorial committee of DO-178C standard series, Mr. WANG participates in the formulation of DO-178C, DO-330, DO-331, DO-332, DO-333, DO-278A, DO-248C and other standards.
Dr. WANG has published dozens of technical papers in China and abroad. He has also authored a book, Best Practice for Airborne Software Production Workflow. Dr. Yunming WANG obtained his B. S. in Mathematics and M.S. in Computer Science from Fudan University, his PhD in Computer Science from INRIA.