CS6004E - Safety and design Requirements for Systems

CS6004E - Safety and design Requirements for Systems


Objectif général :

Upon completion of this course, the student shall be able to explain the main principles for designing and certifying safe systems.

Objectifs détaillés :

Upon completion of this course, the student shall be able to:
- Describe the requirements of the EASA CS25.1309 paragraph, the associated Qualification / Safety / Software / Development Assurance certification activities and their interactions
- Quote the means of compliance and industry standards used for compliance demonstrations
- Describe the methods used by manufacturers for the qualification of equipment
- Quote the regulatory requirements related to the safety of the systems, including the different industrial standard
- Describe the processes inherent to the different safety analyses, and their interactions
- Apply safety analysis methods to define a system architecture
- Quote the regulatory requirements for the equipment software and hardware development, including the different industrial standards
- Describe the interactions between software development and systems safety
- Describe the principles and issues of the Development Assurance, and the link between aircraft / systems / equipment levels
- Apply Development Assurance on a concrete case to determine the architecture of a system that meets regulatory safety requirements
- Describe the global issues and in particular the certification issues related to CyberSecurity: quote the corresponding industrial standards.

Volume horaire (h)

  • Cours Magistraux : 47h
  • Travaux Dirigés : 5h


Nombre total d'heures d’évaluation : 1

En bref

Crédits ECTS : Cf UE

Nombre d'heures 53


Jean-François PETIT

Tél : 05 62 17 45 35

Email : jean-francois.petit @ enac.fr


  • Toulouse