The probability of success improves with good planning documents and a team that understands their role in executing the approved plans.
Melbourne, FL (PRWEB) April 18, 2016
CERTON is part of the Rockwell Collins DAC providing direct internal oversight on several DO-254 AEH programs, including the recent RTA-4218 Weather Radar that achieved TSO approval of the complex hardware. There were two separate FPGAs independently audited by CERTON as part of the Rockwell Collins DAC. The DAC is a proactive group of systems, software, electronic hardware, and quality engineering subject matter experts put in place by Rockwell Collins to increase the probability of external audit success on their safety-critical engineering projects.
Tim Stockton, President and CEO at CERTON, stated, “The SOI audits are major milestones on avionics programs. The probability of success improves with good planning documents and a team that understands their role in executing the approved plans. CERTON independently audits the process, outputs, and artifacts against these plans and objectives providing real-time feedback for continuous improvements during the life-cycle as part of the Rockwell Collins DAC.”
Over the last decade, CERTON has established an identity of unparalleled safety critical certification solutions in the aerospace, medical device, and transportation industries. CERTON has internally developed tools and exclusive technology designed to streamline approvals of safety-critical systems, software, and complex hardware. These competitive advantages allow CERTON to minimize the time-to-market of customer products while providing a Firm Fixed Cost to its customers. CERTON provides expertise in all phases of systems, software, and complex hardware product design life cycles to support rapid approval of safety-critical customer products.
Contact CERTON today at sales(at)certon(dot)com or visit http://www.CERTON.com to see how CERTON can reduce the overall cost of your safety critical software or hardware approval.