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Tuesday 12th March
Joint Opening Keynote
Chair: Woodrow Bellamy
Senior Representative, Qatar Airways*
Senior Representative, DG MOVE, European Commission*
Senior Representative, Aerologic*
Latest in Standards and Regulations in the Testing Environment
What are the latest guidelines and regulation for aircraft testing? Are there environmental parameters that are key when testing critical aerospace components? What impact can regulation and standards have on manufacturing processes and how can these be best integrated in to best practice to ensure efficiencies and effectivess without compromising safety. How do we ensure the meeting of deadlines for ADS-B, EASA 25 hour CV, GADSS, etc.
Chair: Paul Hart, Curtiss Wright
Updates on ADS-B, EASA 25 hour CV, GADSS from testing perspective – TBC
DO326A clarification – PCM, Safety, SW & AEH Expert, EASA*
How DO-326 and DO356 standards are being applied by the industry – Senior Representative, Afuzion
Proposal for implementation of SORA Guideline based on IEC 61508 – Thorsten Langenhan, System Safety, AVQ GmbH
Meeting Testing and Certification Standards
Safety attributes in the design and as implemented as functionality must receive additional mandatory system safety tasks to drive and show objective evidence of meeting explicit safety requirements. From DO-178C to Non-Destructive and Structural Testing, this session review how some of these testing requirements can be met.
Chair: Ben Sampson, Aerospace Testing International
Automated Low-Level Requirements Testing for DO-178C – Dylan Llewellyn, QA Systems
AGILE way to avioncs certification: myth or reality? – Massimo Bombino, Safer Software
Requirements-based Testing and Structural Coverage – Alexander Weiss, CEO, Accemic Technologies GmbH & Martin Heininger, CEO, HEICON – Global Engineering GmbH
Intermittent Fault Detection & Isolation System – Ken Anderson, CEO, Universal Synaptics
Robust Methodologies for Safety-Critical Systems
Modern safety critical systems are not just becoming more software intensive in avionics and multi-core systems are being adopted with greater frequency, but combining with manufacturing and operational data to provide insight. How do we enhance testing and certification capabilities and methodologies including the use of virtual or artificial platforms to reduce risk and how can we monitor the consistency of critical processing operations?
Chair: Joy Finnegan, Editor, Aviation Maintenance Magazine
Rapid Embedded Software Verification using Virtual Platforms for Full Systems Simulation – James Hui, Wind River
Multicore Timing Analysis of Safety-Critical Applications on Complex Hardware Platforms – Guillem Bernat, CEO, Rapita Systems
CONNECT: Integration of Mission Software and Simulation Software via LAN Interface – Ali Ozturk, Havelsan Co
PCRT Resonance Solutions for Additive Manufacturing – Thomas Koehler, Managing Director, Vibrant GmbH
Distributed verification platform increasing agility in Safety-Critical Software and Systems certification – Mateusz Nowik, EDC WIA Director, Engineering Design Center
Wednesday 13th March
Using Models and Data Analytics for Enhancing Testing Efficiencies
With more aircraft using data driven solutions and analysis for predictive maintenance, maintenance tracking and management data in the drive to ensure aircraft are on the ground for the least time possible, how can we use technology and data analysis to minimise operating costs and down time, whilst maximising safety and profitability.
Chair: Matthew Jackson, Presagis
Integration of COTS Solutions and Processes in F-16 Projects – Joseph Muller, BAE Systems
Design Modelling Test for R80 Flight Deck with Human Digital Ergonomics Factors (HDEF) – Anantia Prakasa, Lecturer & Researcher, Avionics Engineer, Institut Teknologi Telkom Purwokerto (ITTP), Indonesia
The Evolution of Ruggedness and Reliability Testing for Modern Avionics – Paul Hart, Chief Technology Officer, Curtiss Wright
Enhancing Performance in Testing and Validation
The data revolution has brought new opportunities, through data analytics and predictive maintenance, intermittent fault detection technology and 3D inspection technology, to reduce down time of aircraft. How can we improve testing procedures and validation to increased levels that will enhance quality and monetize assets?
Chair: Albert Ramirez, Mathworks
Creating and Implementing Digital Twins for Precictive Maintenance – Albert Ramirez Perez, MathWorks
Performance Test and Evaluation of Airborne BDS Receivers – Yude Ni, Civil Aviation University of China
Ground Support Test Equipment – Lew Wingate, Vice President, Barfield
The Future for Testing and Certification
How will Supplemental Type Certificates (FAA) or EASA Part 21J Modifications provide lower cost alternatives for airlines to make their own equipment choice? What benefits can automatic test generation bring? Can we successfully test and certify flying cars and e-taxis? How will testing of new innovations fit within the current frameworks and regulations and what does the future hold for aero engines, structual or the technology and equipment on-board?
Chair: Ben Sampson, Aerospace Testing International
Looking for the Digital Twin Aircraft – Alonso Pardo Sanguino, Airbus Defence and Space Looking for the Digital Twin Aircraft, Airbus Defence and Space
The Unmanned Aircraft Revolution – Joseph Wlad, Verocel
Senior Representative, Speedgoat*
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Florian Holzapfel, Head of Institute of Flight System Dynamics, Technical University of Munich