DO-178 is a guideline that addresses the security of safety-critical software used in certain airborne systems.
Our online course is an introduction to DO-178, and aims:
- To provide students with an overview of the reasons for certification processes;
- To outline how those certification processes are applied;
- To demonstrate how the certification processes are handled, on a case by case basis.
The course is constructed gradually, systematically, and in stages of why, what, and how and includes regulations, process constraints, and demonstration of compliance.
Almost 45 years after the last time humans traveled beyond the low Earth orbit and landed on the Moon, a Florida-based company, revealed today its lunar exploration architecture. Moon Express’s plans are to use robotic spacecraft to launch a series of commercial missions to the moon.
Montreal is a major world aerospace center, with more than 200 specialized companies making it an ideal location for any interested players in this industry. It only comes as natural that Concordia Institute of Aerospace Design and Innovation (CIADI) and The Research Centre on Advanced Manufacturing are partnering to welcome students and industry professionals to the Industry 4.0 Summer School.
Urban Aeronautics and Certification Center Canada (3C) signed a Memorandum of Understanding in the presence of the Honorable Phillip Couillard, Premier of Quebec, and the Honorable Dominique Anglade, Quebec’s Minister of Economy, Science, and Innovation, to explore opportunities for Fancraft™ for the Canadian market.
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