DO-254 Training | Design Assurance of Airborne Electronic Hardware

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DO-254 Training | Design Assurance of Airborne Electronic Hardware covers principals, objectives and guidance for design assurance of airborne electronic hardware based on RTCA DO-254/Eurocae ED-80 standards. Do-254 Training covers all aspects of airborne electronic hardware from conception through initial certification and subsequent post certification product improvements to ensure continued airworthiness. Get familiar with DO-254 defines objectives which must be met by avionics equipment manufacturers according to EASA and FAA guidelines.

DO-254 is a two-day training class providing a good overview and application of DO-254 as defined by current FAA and EUROCAE ED-12C / ED-109A guidance. Students will learn current FAA and EASA guidance on the application of DO-254 in airborne systems.

DO-254 training also covers objectives of RTCA DO-254 five levels of criticality from level A (highest) to level E (lowest). These design assurance levels are required for all civil airborne electronic hardware. Learn also how military airborne applications such as A400M are now requiring DO-254 compliance.

Duration:2 days

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Objectives:

● How to write, organize and optimize requirements for verification.
● How FAA Avionic certification works
● Navigate and understand the RTCA/DO-254 document
● Create Hardware Management Plans and Standards
● Plan for Hardware Aspects of Certification
● Understand DO-254 Hardware Requirements Apply the DO-254 lifecycle and supporting processes
● Understand system safety assessments and the DAL
● How DO-254 Compliance Works
● How to work with DO-254 Design Assurance Level (DAL)
● How to use PLDs in Avionics
● Regulatory background and use of design assurance
● CAST Papers
● Understand Order 8110.105 & Job Aid
● Set up a project correctly through proper planning
● Follow the current guidance for DO-254 projects
● Identify and avoid common pitfalls in DO-254 projects
● How to make verification less difficult, less expensive, less time consuming.
● The difference between requirements and design.
● How to perform Elemental Analysis according to RTCA/DO-254
● The definition of a functional element.
● How to express functions
● Plan for Hardware Aspects of Certification (PHAC)
● Appendix B for Levels A and B hardware

DO-254 Training | Design Assurance of Airborne Electronic Hardware - Course Content:

Introduction to DO-254

DO-254 Hardware Design Lifecycle objectives and Data
Design Assurance of Airborne Electronic Hardware
System Safety and DAL
Application of DO-254 by EASA and FAA
Additional documents defining application of DO-254
CRIs and Issue papers
Simple Vs. Complex Device
How to use the DO-254 Document
Integral/supporting Processes
Validation and Verification
Configuration Management
Process Assurance
Certification Liaison
Additional Considerations
Tool Qualification
Previously Developed HW
COTs Cores and IPs
Single Event Upset and SRAM parts
Functional Failure Path (FFP)
Elemental analysis
Advanced Verification techniques
COTS & IP cores
Classic Design Process
RTCA/DO-254 Design Process Considerations
Design Assurance Through Design Practice
Serial Line Data Receiver
Verification and Validation Considerations
Test Cases
Considerations for Application of RTCA/DO-254 to complex electronic circuits
Elemental Analysis LRU Example
System Safety and DAL
Application of DO-254 by EASA and FAA
Additional documents defining application of DO-254
CRIs and Issue papers
Simple Vs. Complex Device
How to use the DO-254 Document
Planning Process
PHAC, HDP, HVP, HCMP, HQAP
Requirements, design and Code Standards
Hardware Design Process

System Aspects of Hardware Design Assurance

System Development Process
Hardware Design Life Cycle Process
Information Flow from Hardware Design Life Cycle Process to System Development Process
Information Flow between Hardware Design Life Cycle Process and Software Life Cycle Process
System Safety Assessment Processes
Hardware Safety Assessment
Hardware Design Life Cycle Processes
Transition Criteria

FPGA design lifecycle and DO-254

Principals
Traceability
Transition Criteria
Requirements
Conceptual Design
Detailed Design
Implementation
Production Transition
Integral/supporting Processes
Validation and Verification
Configuration Management and Process Assurance
Design Assurance Guidance for Airborne Electronic Hardware
what is DO-254 Compliance?
System Safety
Design Assurance Level (DAL)
Application of DO-254 by EASA and FAA
DO-254 Hardware Design Lifecycle objectives and Data
Tool Qualification
COTs Cores and IPs
Single Event Upset and SRAM parts
Functional Failure Path (FFP)
Elemental analysis
Advanced Verification techniques
Plan for Hardware Aspects of Certification (PHAC)
Requirements Capture
Conceptual Design
Detailed Design
Implementation and Production Transition
Verification and Validation

DO-254 Planning Processes

Planning Process Objectives
Planning Process Activities

DO-254 Hardware Design Process

Requirements Capture Process
Conceptual Design Process
Detailed Design Process
Implementation Process
Production Transition Process
Acceptance Test
Series Production

DO-254 Hardware Design Lifecycle objectives and Data

Integral/supporting Processes
Validation and Verification
Configuration Management
Process Assurance
Certification Liaison

DO-254 V&V and CM Methods

Validation process
Verification Process
Validation and Verification Methods
Configuration Management
Configuration Management Activities
Data Control Categories
Process Assurance

DO-254 Hardware Design Life Cycle Data

Hardware Plans
Hardware Design Standards and Guidance
Validation and Verification Data
Hardware Acceptance Test Criteria
Problem Reports
Hardware Configuration Management Records
Hardware Process Assurance Records
Hardware Accomplishment Summary
Use of Previously Developed Hardware
Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) Components Usage
Product Service Experience
Tool Assessment and Qualification

Additional Considerations

Tool Qualification
Previously Developed HW
COTs Cores and IPs
Single Event Upset and SRAM parts
Functional Failure Path (FFP)
Elemental analysis
Advanced Verification techniques

DO-254 Data Items and Templates

Plan for Hardware Aspects of Certification (PHAC)
Hardware Design Plan
Hardware Validation Plan
Hardware Verification Plan (HVP)
Hardware Configuration Management Plan
Hardware Process Assurance Plan
Hardware Design Standards
Requirements Standards
Validation and Verification Standards
Hardware Archive Standards
Hardware Requirements
Conceptual Design Data
Detailed Design Data
Top-Level Drawing
Assembly Drawings
Installation Control Drawings
Hardware/Software Interface Data
Hardware Traceability Data
Hardware Review and Analysis Procedures
Hardware Review and Analysis Results
Hardware Test Procedures
Hardware Test Results
Hardware Acceptance Test Criteria
Problem Reports
Hardware Configuration Management Records
Hardware Process Assurance Records
Hardware Accomplishment Summary (HAS)

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