THE SAFETY-CRITICAL SYSTEMS CLUB, Seminar:
Capability Agility – reducing upgrade costs
A workshop organised in collaboration with MOD and DstlThursday 26 April, 2012 - Hilton London Euston Hotel, London
Slides from each presentation at this meeting are now available as listed below:
Nick Hales (DE&S) - Introduction to Capability Agility
Alec Banks (Dstl) - Capability Agility: the Science Perspective
Charlie Hewitt (BAE Systems) - Computer Emulation and Increasing System Functionality
Charlie Hewitt (BAE Systems) - Incremental and Modular Certification
Mark Walker (Mathworks) - Detecting Design Errors in Models before Simulation
Stuart Palin (BAE Systems) - Model Based Development Framework
If you wish to discuss any issues raised by these presentations a forum is available here to continue the discussion.
This workshop will focus on Model-Based Development (MBD) aspects of the Capability Agility Programme and their relevance and contribution to system safety. These include reducing the burden of re-certification following a change to a system, and implementation of rapid and affordable changes to complex safety-critical systems.
After scene-setting presentations on capability agility, certification and error detection, the main session will demonstrate an MBD framework for software-intensive safety-critical systems. This framework is independent of specific tools and allows for certification under any standard.
This is is a timely opportunity to understand how government is proposing systems design and maintenance costs can be safely reduced, in both military and civil domains.
The workshop will be operated by CSR, Newcastle, as part of the SCSC programme.
All enquiries to Joan Atkinson, tel +44 191 221 2222,
You can download the programme for the event here.
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