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Safety-Critical Software Engineering: Understanding and Overcoming the Challenges

Posted by Novel Engineering on December 19, 2017

Behind every high-tech system is the software that makes it run, but few people outside the field of software engineering can understand the important role it plays, or how challenging it can be to build it. Safety-critical software engineering is one of the most fundamental aspects of the development of modern safety-critical systems. Today we’ll explore what makes software engineering uniquely difficult for safety-critical applications, and how taking a different, more agile approach can address these challenges.

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Safety Critical Processes for Aerospace: Considerations for Best Practices Part 2

Posted by Chris Marot on March 9, 2017

Following on my first article, I’d like to give some additional, no-nonsense advice on best practices for Safety Critical Processes.  I think sometimes we get so entrenched in the details of our current projects, we forget to take a breath, look down at our projects from above, and really ask, “Are we focusing on the right things for success?”

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Safety Critical Processes for Aerospace: Considerations for Best Practices Part 1

Posted by Chris Marot on February 27, 2017

We receive a lot of questions about Safety Critical Engineering around Aerospace, especially concerning applications and products that are developed under the guidelines and requirements of DO-178 and DO-254.  At Novel, we would like to share information that may help you in your endeavors under these guidelines, likely saving you money and time.

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