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Webinar: Model-based Design and Development of Mission & Safety Critical Avionics Systems using ANSYS SCADE Solutions

Date and Time: March 21st, 2019 11:00 GST

Webinar: Model-based Design and Development of Mission & Safety Critical Avionics Systems using ANSYS SCADE Solutions

Agenda:

1. ANSYS Systems Products Overview

2. SCADE Customer Testimonials

3. Basic Overview of SCADE tools and their strategic, technical and economic benefits:

    a.SCADE Architect for System Design

    b.SCADE Suite for control Software Development

    c.SCADE Display for HMI Development

    d.SCADE Test for Software Verification

    e.SCADE ARINC 661 tool chain and Sources

4. SCADE Usage Benefits in context of DO-178C

5. Live Demonstration of SCADE Suite + SCADE Display

6. Q&A Session



ANSYS SCADE empowers users with a model-based embedded software development and simulation environment with a built-in automatic code generator qualified under FACE and DO-178C up to Level A. SCADE Suite is the integrated design environment for critical applications spanning requirements management, model-based design, simulation, verification, qualifiable/certified code generation and interoperability with other development tools and platforms.

Join our webinar and learn how ANSYS SCADE provides a design environment that combines system and software engineering development, ARINC 661 compliant interactive human–machine interface (HMI) design, multiphysics simulation, application testing and lifecycle management, and automation of test case execution both on host and on target.


Presenter: 

 

Alexander Burkov

 


Brief Bio:  Alexander Burkov is an embedded software development and certification expert with over 19 years of experience in the Aerospace and Defense industries. He is a Principal Application Engineer and Software Certification expert at ANSYS who has worked closely with Rockwell Collins, Honeywell and other companies in Aerospace domain. Educated from Military Air Force Academy as a Research Officer, before joining ANSYS, Alex has served in the Air Force Research Institute for over 7 years on System Analysis and System Simulation topics.