CERTIFIED TRAINING – COURSE FOUR

Applying the New Mandatory Aviation Systems/Safety Regulations: ARP4754A (with ARP4761/A)

Wednesday 3rd November 2021

9.30am-4.30pm

The now nearly-mandatory SAE-ARP4754A provides guidance for the development of aircraft and aircraft systems while taking into account the overall aircraft operating environment and functions. ARP4754 was long “suggested” for commercial avionics; the new ARP4754A is now required and increasingly mandatory for all avionics/avionics including worldwide militaries and UAV’s.. ARP-754A is commonly called “DO-178 for Aviation Systems”, but it’s really much different: ARP4754A requires detailed Safety processes (ARP4761/A) with FHA, PSSA, and SSA’s to determine then prove design, architecture, and safety features. ARP4754A also requires detailed data, systems-level planning, traceability, V&V and tight configuration management. While bearing some semblance to DO-178C/Do-254, ARP4754A really covers the Avionics Development Ecosystem and is a mandatory foundation – it must come BEFORE hardware and software but be continually addressed during development. This course is for those avionics engineers wanting to understand and apply better ARP4754A compliance.

KEY FEATURES:

  • How ARP4754A fits into the Avionics Development Ecosystem including ARP4761A, DO-178C, and DO-254
  • Avionics Safety Assessments: FHA, PSSA, and SSA
  • Differences between ARP4754 and ARP4754A
  • ARP4754A Planning – what is really required
  • Aviation Safety: what is required for ARP4754A
  • Handling Derived and Safety Requirements per ARP4754A
  • System Requirements – What, Where, Why, and How
  • Planning, Development, and Traceability Processes for Systems
  • ARP4754A Documentation
  • ARP4754A Verification & Validation
  • ARP4754A Best Practices & Common Mistakes

WHO IS IT FOR:

Attendees may include aviation engineers, managers, safety engineers, systems engineers, or hardware/software engineers. A basic understanding of engineering processes and aircraft/avionics systems is helpful but not required.