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Abstracts for SSS in by June 30th!

Please send your abstracts for SSS'23 to us by 30th June 2022. Any topic related to system safety considered. Full details at: https://scsc.uk/e898 

Contact mike.parsons@scsc.uk for further information and submissions.

The SCSC may help with your Continuing Professional Development

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a requirement for engineers registered with most professional organisations.  Attending SCSC Seminars, participating in SCSC Working Groups or even just reading publications on the SCSC website may help you demonstrate CPD. See this article in the Community Space for more information.

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Latest Newsletter Now Available (May 21)

The latest SCSC Newsletter has just been published: https://scsc.uk/scsc-163 
Articles include: 
Emma Taylor - Where next for complex software-based systems?
Mick Warren - The Cyber Security Aspects of Autonomy in Aircraft
Michael Green - Architecting Wireless for Safety Critical Machine to Machine Communication

GSN Standard Version 3 (May 21)

Version 3 of the GSN standard is now available. See scsc.uk/SCSC-141C.

This version's major changes include refinements to the Argument Pattern and Modular extensions and adds Confidence Argument and Dialectic extensions.

Further GSN resources are available from scsc.uk/gsn

SCSC Seminar on Software Maintenance (Apr 21)

Software Maintenance: Legacy and Archaeology, Thursday 6 May, 2021 - Zoom, https://scsc.uk/e817
This seminar considered the issue of software maintenance for safety systems. Often we have an incomplete view of the design and code and yet changes have to be made. What are the best strategies to use? How do we understand what the existing code does? How can we make safe changes? How do we re-verify? The speakers at this event explained their methods for tackling change to legacy code.

SCSC Seminar on Safety Culture Developments (Mar 21)

The SCSC help an online seminar on 13th April ( https://scsc.uk/e793 ) on safety culture. The speakers discussed real-life case studies and the results from the recent questionnaire were presented.