On-board IT systems
This course will enable learners to discover the principles and techniques used in the design of on-board computing systems to better understand their integration into the complex systems that we know as modern aircraft.
The course lasts 5 days (32 hours) and includes:
- 15 hours of lectures
- 15 hours of case studies
- 2 hours of panel discussion
The principles and methods presented, as well as their applications to the aerospace, terrestrial, civil or military fields are at the crossroads of several disciplines, which this course will explore further.
Case studies focus on specific recent and future examples of on-board computer systems.
Speakers will present different modules from institutions or companies at the forefront of the field: teachers, researchers, equipment manufacturers, systems manufacturers, aircraft manufacturers, etc.
Course level: Basic/Advanced
This course is particularly intended for engineers working in the field of on-board equipment and/or computer science.
It requires a basic knowledge of computer science, the organization and operation of computers and the production and implementation of software.
Senior Research Fellow at ONERA and university professor
- Detailed program
- Outline of the course
- Introduction to on-board networks
- Basic principles of dependability
- Focus on space
- Focus on the automobile sector
- Focus on military avionics
- Aeronautical robotics day
- Civil aviation case study day
- General information
- On-board IT systems engineering: demand, current state of specification and software architecture design methods
- On-board IT systems engineering: future perspective
- Missions, functions performed, performance requirements, constraints
- Principles and methods
- Methods of design and development of on-board computer systems, validation, certification
- Real-time computer systems
- Distributed architecture of computers
- IT resources used
- On-board software
- On-board IT connections (ARINC, 1553, AFDX, SpaceWire)
- Applications - case studies
- Civil, military and aeronautical sectors
- Space sector
- Terrestrial vehicles (laboratory robots, cars)
Scheduled in French:
TOULOUSE: 14 to 18 September 2020
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€2,310 excluding tax (20% VAT)