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AED-040
Réglementation Aéronautique - Certification - Qualité - 2019

Aeronautical standards for the certification of avionic systems and ATM

OBJECTIVE :

This course enables participants to learn about the civil and military regulatory context under which any certification procedure in the aeronautical field falls. In particular, it deals with the main recognized standards of the industry, whether relating to on-board or air traffic control systems.

COURSE DURATION AND TIMETABLE :

The course lasts 5 days (30 hours) and includes:

  • 27 hours of classroom-based learning
  • 1 visit

GENERAL APPROACH :

This course is specifically oriented toward understanding and using acceptable means of compliance, whether proposed by regulations or commonly accepted. The regulatory modules help to put these means of compliance in perspective and understand their founding principles. The modules focusing on the standards themselves go into the details of their application and review their recent developments.The system part, with the safety-oriented engineering approach (ARP4754a) and the environmental qualification (DO-160), as well as software (DO-178) and programmable electronic components (DO-254), are all addressed.The various modules are produced by experienced and recognized industry members who are largely involved in the drafting and evaluation of these standards (consultant, EASA auditors, DGA, DGAC, civil or military authorities). A visit to DGA Techniques Aéronautiques, formerly CEAT, the aeronautical test center, will be organized to demonstrate the majority of means used for ground tests deployed during certification.

PREREQUISITE :

Course level: Basic/Advanced

This course is for everyone, including engineers and executives; no prior training required in the field. However, some topics require basic IT knowledge.

COURSE DIRECTOR(S) :

Laurent PLATEAUX:

Former EASA DO-178 and DO-254 Auditor

Expert in Critical Systems and Software Engineering at the DGAC (Direction Générale de l’Aviation Civile or General Directorate of Civil Aviation).

CONTENT :

  • Certification of civil aircraft
    • EC216/2008: EASA missions
    • EC1702/2003: Technical requirements and procedures for airworthiness and the environmental certification of products and parts. Certification specification for each aircraft type (CS25, CS29, CE-ETSO, IR21, etc.)
    • EC 2042/2003: continued airworthiness of aircraft and products, parts and equipment
  • Safety Process
    • Standards ARP4754a/ED-79a, complementary guides required on the SdF of highly integrated complex systems
    • Study of the requirements to which these systems are subjected during their development
  • Applicable standards for software/hardware components
    • DO 178C/ED-12C: standard for software development
    • DO 254/ED-80: standard for the design of electronic equipment
    • Applicable changes and certification memos
  • Standards applicable to environmental conditions
    • DO 160: overview of the standard
  • Standards applicable to modular avionics
    • The concept of integrated modular avionics
    • DO 297/ED-124: specific activities, links with other standards
    • Examples: Management of the AFDX problem
    • Incremental certification process
  • Security Process
    • Protection of sensitive data and information exchange (hacking), encryption and non-compromise
  • Regulatory safety studies in civil ATM in France
    • European regulatory requirements
    • Current practices
    • Surveillance by the authorities
  • Avionics certification of military and state aircraft
    • Guidelines, status, deadlines, example of standard certification
    • Application to drones
  • Visit to DGA Techniques Aéronautiques (formerly CEAT)

WHEN AND WHERE :

Scheduled in French:

TOULOUSE: Cancelled - upcoming date please consult us

 

For the English realization, please, consult us.

COURSE FEES :

€2,050 excluding tax (20% VAT)

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