DO-178C is increasingly required worldwide for almost anything that flies: commercial and military aircrafts, missiles, drones, even some balloons. Developing avionics for these aircrafts is increasingly complex and expensive; particularly when complying with DO-178C. What are the common DO-178C gaps? What are the gaps versus DO-178B? What are the best ways to close these gaps? These answers and more are answered in this live webinar including:


  • Tool Qualification
  • PSAC
  • Robustness Test Cases
  • Formal Methods
  • Unwarranted Changes
  • Coding Errors
  • RTOS
  • Automated Testing
  • Path Coverage Capture
  • Code Alterations
  • Traceability
  • Modeling Tools
  • Model Requirements
  • Requirement Detail
  • Formal Planning & Gap Analysis
  • Quality Assurance
  • Tool Selection
  • Independence
  • DO-178C as an "Integrated Eco-System"

Vance Hilderman is CEO of Afuzion Inc, a safety-critical consultancy providing advanced consulting services in software and systems development including Training, Mentoring, and Outsourcing. Primary focus is safety-critical aviation and automotive (DO-178C, ISO 26262, DO-254, DO-278A, DO-200B, DO-330, DO-331, DO-332, DO-297, and ARP4754A and ARP4761A) software and hardware development & certification. UAV and TSO C199 experience. He holds a BSEE and MBA from Gonzaga, and a Masters in Computer Engineering from USC (Hughes Fellow). Vance Hilderman is the author of Avionics Certification - Complete Guide to DO-178, DO-178C, DO-254

Ingo Nickles is a Senior Field Application Engineer at Vector and responsible for customer and project support for training and lectures on software development, system design, software testing and agile development methods.