Multicore for DO-178C Workshop
12th July 2019, San Diego
When & Where
12th July 2019
San Diego, CA
Early bird (until June 30th 19): $400
General admission: $500
09:00 - 17:00
Hampton Inn Del Mar, San Diego
- Certifying multicore projects to DO-178C
- Complying with CAST-32A guidance
- Shared resources & interference
Brought to you by:
Reza Madjidi - CEO & Consulting DER, ConsuNova
Reza Madjidi is the president of ConsuNova and an active FAA Systems & Equipment DER (Software). Reza is also a subject matter expert in practical teaching of DO-178C and Compliance streamlining.
Dr. Guillem Bernat, CEO of Rapita Systems Ltd., has decades of experience in execution time analysis from both academic and commercial perspectives. He co-founded Rapita Systems in 2004, which produces cutting-edge tools for automation of software verification, including RapiTime for worst-case execution time analysis.
About the Workshop
This practical workshop will provide an insight into considerations when producing evidence for the timing behavior of multicore systems for DO-178C certification.
You’ll learn the following from leading experts in multicore certification and critical software verification:
- Certifying multicore timing for DO-178C. With the increased adoption of multicore systems in critical aerospace projects, you’ll learn the challenges involved with certifying the timing behavior of these systems for DO-178C and how these challenges can be overcome using cutting-edge V&V solutions.
- Complying with CAST-32A guidance. You’ll learn how to interpret CAST-32A guidance and produce the work products specified in CAST-32A.
- Accounting for shared resources & interference. Shared resources in multicore systems can have a huge impact on the execution time of a task, making timing behavior non-deterministic. You’ll learn how to account for these resources in a way that is compliant with DO-178C and CAST-32A.
World class training
Attendees will benefit from training from some of the world's leading authorities on critical software verification and multicore research. As the course is strictly limited to 30 places, you get the opportunity to engage with the trainers on a personal basis and examine the challenges or questions you may have around the topic of multicore in the critical software domain.
The workshop will be hosted in the Hampton Del Mar (by Hilton) hotel in San Diego. The room layout will be a "classroom" style, splitting attendees into different tables. We find that this stimulates excellent interaction between attendees seated on the same table and allows for a comfortable and practical working space. Morning and afternoon refreshments will be provided along with a high quality meal arranged by the hotel.
Feedback from previous workshops:
Well presented with content adjusted to meet the expectations of the audience.
The course is very good and successfully accommodates for individuals with varying levels of prior experience in the field.
The course has helped with understanding the QA process and how this fits to the standard.