Aviation has come a long way since the Wright Brothers. New challenges and opportunities like UAVs, green aviation, autonomous aviation, urban air mobility, and space tourism require more and more digital expertise. New entrants joining the competition are further increasing market pressure. While nowadays the major development effort is on the Software side, a well designed Electronic Hardware is required for it’s execution.
With the recently updated guidance in EASA’s AMC 20-152A (and FAA’s AC 20-152A + AC 00-72) the scope of applicability of the DO-254 has increased from FPGA design to Circuit Card Level. With that companies need to understand what does it take to be compliant with these changes. In this webinar, Compliance Verification Engineer Michal Tomšů shared insights on developing Airborne Electronic Hardware with DO-254/AMC 20-152A in mind.
- What is the purpose of DO-254 and AMC 20-152A and what are the core pillars?
- What are the biggest challenges for newcomers?
- How to avoid common mistakes, minimize risks, and maximize effectiveness?