eInfochips Brings Clarity to Avionics Systems with 'DO-178C'

By CIOReview | Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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ORLANDO, CA: eInfochips, an Engineering R&D Services company announces design, development, testing, verification and re-engineering services for the DO-178C compliance standard.

The document titled 'DO-178C: Software Considerations in Airborne Systems and Equipment Certification' is the new standard introduced by FAA, EASA and Transport Canada for commercial software-based aerospace systems.

The new offering empowers aerospace companies with expertise to enable their transition to DO-178C. eInfochips services for DO-178C will enable new and legacy systems to be certified for airborne deployments, with limited investments and faster time-to-market.

The next generation of aerospace system software will adhere to the DO-178C standard, to be deployed on commercial aircraft, business jets and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). But, some of the existing aircraft systems may also need to modify / re-engineer software to meet the new certification requirements. To deal with these kinds of issues eInfochips has developed its DO-178C expertise through extensive training by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) DERs (Designated Engineering Representatives).

Parag Mehta, the Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer says, "DO-178C brings more clarity on the certification requirements for avionics system software. We have invested in building capabilities on DO-178C, as it extends market leadership for our clients."