Originally broadcast on August 24, 2023. Now available On Demand.
Sponsor: Wind River
Duration: 1 Hour
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Your safety certification program has a near infinite number of ways it can go astray. Runtime eLOC (effective lines of code) derived from functional requirements, export compliance regulations, runtime security threat analysis and security policy definition, certification requirements/standards, development platform availability and strategy, operating system selection, and software development strategy, all have a significant impact on cost and schedule for a safety certifiable solution.
In this webinar, Wind River's John Bliss details how these and other factors can impact a certifiable solution program schedule and cost. He will also dive into how to mitigate the risks associated with each of these to ensure an on-time and on-budget development effort.
What you will learn:
- Classic approaches to safety certification
- Challenges and blockages from real world programs
- Cost and schedule risks you likely haven’t planned for
- Strategies to mitigate known and unknown risks
John Bliss | A&D Solutions Executive| Wind River
John Bliss is a Services Solutions Architect for Wind River, supporting customers’ development of commercial and military avionics edge systems. His 25-year tenure with Wind River started as a field application engineer helping customers integrate Wind River technologies into embedded products. John began his career working on CUI/classified programs developing electromagnetic and infrared scene simulators. John has a degree in computer science.