LDRA expert discusses avionics software engineering, certification


MUNICH, 20 Feb. 2013. LDRA executives are presenting papers on professional avionics software development and certification in the Avionics Europe conference program.

Mark Richardson, Field Applications Engineer at LDRA, opens back-to-back sessions—Software Development and Software Certification—this afternoon at Avionics Europe 2013.

Track 2, Session 2

“From the Model to the Target to Certification”
Mark Richardson, Field Applications Engineer, LDRA, UK  


Track 2, Session 3
“Six Techniques for DO-178C Compliance”
Mark Richardson, Field Applications Engineer, LDRA, UK  

On the Avionics Europe exhibition floor, LDRA professionals are demonstrating the company’s software solutions that automate code analysis and software testing for safety-, mission-, security-, and business-critical applications. 

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