Aircraft and autonomous platforms use systems with design assurance to ensure safety, enabling pilots to make accurate, split-second decisions and ensuring self-driving vehicles navigate appropriately and on-time. Obviously, safety-critical applications require different levels of assurance; but applications that don’t traditionally require safety assurance may also greatly benefit from it. Join Alex Wilson, Director, A&D Industry Solutions at Wind River, and Yves Mathys, VP of product management at Mercury Systems, to learn more.
Wed, May 18, 2022 · 2:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
  • What is design assurance/safety and what are its security and reliability benefits?
  • Is safety needed? Use cases
  • Achieving Safety Requirements: Technology and Architecture
  • Enabling Future Autonomous Aircraft – UAM, AAM & others via AI/ML/Cloud
Alex Wilson
Director Of Business Development, A&D Market Segment Team, Wind River
Yves Mathys
Mission Division VP Product Manager, Mercury Systems
Woodrow Bellamy III
Editor-in-Chief, Avionics International and Assistant Program Manager, Connected Aviation Intelligence Summit