DO-254 Compliance and Solutions: Including Outsourcing and Offshoring Aspects
On-demand Web Seminar
In this session, learn about DO-254 principles and how to establish a requirements-based, high-quality design flow that supports the principles of DO-254 compliance.
RTCA/DO-254 is a recent design assurance standard for airborne electronic hardware. This is a challenging standard to comply with, and one that is affecting more and more companies across the globe, including India.
Compliance challenges can be compounded when working with customers across continents and without having a complete understanding of what compliance entails. The ability to establish compliant and highly productive design flows – whether it is an entire program, or simply the verification of a program-- can make the difference between companies that are successful in this market and those that fall by the wayside.
What You Will Learn
- History and Current State of DO-254
- DO-254 and Design Assurance Principles
- DO-254 Compliance Challenges (and specific challenges in the outsourcing model)
- Solutions to Aid DO-254 Compliance
- Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
About the Presenter
Michelle Lange, a 22 year veteran of the EDA industry, has spent her career working in numerous aspects of marketing and technical communications. Michelle is now the Marketing Manager for the System Modeling and Analysis (SMA) business unit in the System Level Engineering (SLE) division. In this role, Michelle is responsible for the market strategy and messaging for the SystemVision, SVX, and BridgePoint products. Prior to this, Michelle was the DO-254 and Design Assurance Program Manager at Mentor Graphics where she worked with customers striving to meet DO-254 (and similar regulatory compliance), the product teams within Mentor that developed the tools/features required for these flows, partners in the industry who offered complimentary services and tools, and industry organizations such as the DO-254 User’s Group (in both EU and the US) whose participants focused on DO-254 issues. She also continues to be a member of the SAE S-18 committee, the group responsible for developing the system level development and safety-standards for civil aviation. Previous to her DO-254 focused role, Michelle held a variety of technical and marketing positions in several product divisions at Mentor including Design-for-Test and Design Verification. She has a BSEE (Maxima Cum Laude) from the University of Portland and MBA (Summa Cum Laude) from University of Phoenix.
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