Verocel hosts two-day DO-178C course for avionics software engineers and managers

MUNICH, 19 Feb. 2013. Verocel is kicking off its two-day course on DO-178C, Software Considerations in Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification, today at Avionics Europe in the MOC Event Centre in Munich.

The course, presented by active members of the committee that wrote DO-178C, is targeted at software engineers and managers with no previous exposure to the latest version, as well as to those already familiar with DO-178B. 

The course features talks by:

George Romanski, CEO of Verocel Inc. and a member of SC-205 SG-2, the committee that prepared DO-178C, and

Dewi Daniels, managing director of Verocel Limited and was a member of both SC-205 SG-2 and the DO-178C Editorial Committee. Daniels was the DO-178C document manager.

The course began the day before and ends the first day of the Avionics Europe 2013 conference and exhibition.

Additional information is available online at http://www.verocel.com/DO-178C_Training_at_Avionics_2013.

Information on Avionics Europe is available online at http://www.avionics-event.com.

Avionics software image courtesy of Shutterstock.com

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