ED-80 Design Assurance Guidance for Airborne Electronic Hardware
The purpose of the training is to enable participants to understand ED-80 standard and how it is used and complemented by major Certification Authorities.ED-80 Design Assurance Guidance for Airborne Electronic Hardware.
Course format: Classroom, 2 days
Location: EUROCAE HQ Saint-Denis, Paris area, France
Starting time: 09:00 on Day 1
Ending time: 17:00 on Day 4
Learning objectivesThe purpose of the training is to enable participants to understand ED-80 standard and how it is used and complemented by major Certification Authorities.
- Understand the consensus to be reached between aircraft manufacturers, electronic equipment suppliers and certification authorities for the certification of aircraft or parts using electronic hardware.
- Outline the key requirements for electronic hardware approval, including how ED-80 is
interpreted by Certification Authorities.
- Identify the principles of good electronic hardware engineering practices in the aviation domain.
- Understand the expectations regarding the use of complex COTS devices in airborne electronic equipment.
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