|Now Available: Top DO-178B Mistakes Whitepaper|
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HighRely Incorporated has published the world’s first itemization of the top DO-178B mistakes, and recommendations on how to avoid such DO178B mistakes on your avionics software project.
As all avionics engineers and managers know, DO-178B is subjective, vague, and generic; yet avionics certification requires strict conformance combined with exceptionally high quality. Given infinite resources of time and budget, DO-178B success can be achieved. However, the competitive landscape of avionics, both commercial and military, is just that: competitive. Therefore, the goal is to achieve DO-178B compliance while meeting (and hopefully surpassing) the competition. Such success requires achieving certification via the most expedient and productive path possible: while avoiding any major mistakes.
What are the most common mistakes via DO-178B? As the largest, and fastest-growing, avionics-related services companies in North America, HighRely has captured its, and its clients, most common mistakes. By publishing this free D0-178B whitepaper, HighRely hopes that the skies are safer and avionics software projects are more successful.
Says HighRely founder and executive Mr. Ray Madjidi: “Due to its historical connotations, we’ve related the most common DO-178B mistakes to “unlucky #13. However, in each instance, bad luck is not the cause of mistakes, just as those same mistakes are not prevented through good luck. Mistakes are the result of a lack of understanding, planning for, and applying DO-178B’s true intent. As Arnold Palmer once said after a particularly spectacular tournament win “Me, Lucky? Hmmm … Luck is interesting: I’ve found that the more I practice, the luckier I become!” With this HighRely avionics Whitepaper, it is hoped that your own “luck” increases with your successful DO-178B practice. More information can be found at highrely.com, [email protected], or 1.602.443.RELY.