Raymond G. Estrada, Jr., MathWorks
Sarah Dagen, MathWorks
DO-178B and the newly-released DO-178C have clearly defined objectives for software life cycle process activities such as software requirements definition, software design, coding, integration, verification, and configuration management. However, there is little in the way of guidance on the use of models, leaving aerospace companies to determine how to best apply Model-Based Design for developing DO-178 compliant software.
In this webinar we will show you best practices that can be adopted to implement such a workflow for developing software that satisfies DO-178 objectives using Model-Based Design. MathWorks intent is to help organizations avoid common pitfalls and reduce the time, effort, and costs required to develop high-integrity software that satisfies DO-178 objectives.
Read our free AIAA published whitepaper prior to viewing the webinar: http://www.mathworks.com/tagteam/78032_AIAA_2013GNC_InfotechOverview_AIAA.pdf
About the Presenters:
Raymond Estrada is a senior technical consultant with extensive industry experience in guidance, navigation and controls, and code generation for use in an HIL environment. He specializes in helping organizations apply Model-Based Design to develop and deploy embedded software for high-integrity applications that comply with safety standards. Raymond holds a B.S. in aeronautics and astronautics engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an M.S. in aerospace engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Sarah Dagen is a senior technical consultant in MathWorks Consulting Services. She works with organizations to apply Model-Based Design to optimize high-integrity software development processes and product engineering. Sarah helps teams implement Model-Based Design workflows to satisfy certification standards like DO 178. Before joining MathWorks, Sarah worked as a simulation and software specialist at Gulfstream Aerospace where she designed and built pilot-in-the-loop real-time simulation of advanced aircraft designs. Sarah received her B.S. in physics with a concentration in astrophysics from MIT and is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers and American Physical Society.
Recorded: 24 Jul 2014