Safety Certification Key to Sharing the Sky for Avionics and UAVs

On November 8, 2017, Posted by ,
Event Date: November 15, 2017
Event Time: 2pm EST

Lynx will be participating in this key webinar, looking at what is needed to allow UAVs and manned aircraft to safely and securely share the airspace.

Lynx will bring its unique view of safety-critical software RTOSes combined with security-critical software platforms to provide its insight into how to protect not just the UAV, but also the ground control systems (GCS) and the communication links between them.

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About this E-cast:
Drones, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), remotely piloted aircraft (RPA), or whatever you wish to call them are everywhere. Your neighbor probably has one. But, are they safe enough to share the airspace with manned aircraft like commercial passenger platforms and even small business jets? Not really, not yet. Manned aircraft have strict levels of safety certification — such as DO-178C and DO-254 — for flight critical software and hardware because human lives depend on it. However, the drone revolution will not be stopped and avionics experts in industry and government are developing protocols and products to enable a level of safety for unmanned aircraft that manned platforms have.

This E-cast of industry experts looks at the challenges involved in these efforts and cover solutions for solving avionics certification challenges in drones ranging from hand-thrown UAVs to transport platforms.

Sponsors:
GrammaTech, AFuzion, Lynx

Moderator:
John McHale, OpenSystems Media

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