Safety-critical software in the aerospace, automotive, military and railroad industries are getting more and more complex and are virtually impossible to develop without software engineering tools. Companies are developing internal tools and/or using COTS tools to reduce, eliminate or automate activities from their design or verification process.
However, in the context of safety critical software certification (DO-178C, ISO26262) tool qualification is required whenever some or complete part of the design process(es) are eliminated, reduced, or automated by the use of the tool unless the output of the tool is manually verified.
In this webinar CS Canada and Vector will present the tool qualification principles under ISO26262:2018 (part 8) and DO-178C (DO-330) and share practical example on how to meet qualification objectives for both COTS (using VectorCast C++ example) and internally developed tools.
• Process and documentation: How to start the qualification activities and which documents are required
• Context of use: How to determine the level of qualification depending on the impact of your tool on the design process(es)
• Qualification package vs qualification kit: How to quickly develop a qualification package for in-house tools and/or adapt a qualification kit for a COTS
• Certification: What is expected from certification authorities and how to update for project plans to properly reference your newly qualified toolchain
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