This course reviews the fundamentals of developing and assessing electronic components to the standard RTCA/DO-254 Design Assurance Guidance for Airborne Electronic Hardware. The course also provides insight into the FAA's review process and guidance along with practical keys for successful development and certification. Practical exercises and in-class activities further enhance the learning process.
- The course addresses RTCA/DO-254 as applied via FAA Advisory Circular AC20-152
- FAA Order 8110.105 is addressed, as are current standard EASA certification review items and FAA issue papers
- Potential deficiencies in current regulatory guidance material is addressed versus the current state of practice verification techniques
- Best practices for requirements capture and subsequent verification methodologies are discussed
- White papers will be provided. Some out-of-class reading will enhance the participant's experience.
Designed for developers, avionics engineers, systems integrators, aircraft designers and others involved in development or implementation of complex electronic hardware and programmable devices (application specific integrated circuits, field-programmable gate arrays, etc.).
Early registration course fee: $1,895 if you register and pay by the early registration deadline (45 days prior to the first day of class).
Regular registration course fee: $1,995 if you register and pay after the early registration deadline.
COMBINE COURSES AND SAVE: This course may be combined with Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) and DO-297 (1-day class), which is being offered in San Diego, California on September 17, 2018. If you would like to register for the combined course, please select AERO0500: Complex Electronic Hardware Development and DO-254 AND Integrated Modular Avionics and DO-297 (COMBINED COURSE).
Aerospace Compliance, Avionics and Avionic Components
Classroom hours / CEUs
21 classroom hours
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AERO0200 Course Information and Outline : Complex Electronic Hardware Development and DO-254