MathWorks Consulting Services works with you to migrate your existing software development process—whether based on manual methods or Model-Based Design—to one that uses Model-Based Design for DO-178. Customized to your specific environment, tools, and application, the DO-178 Certification Advisory Service will identify gaps in your current processes, develop a road map to an optimized workflow for DO-178 using Model-Based Design, and work with you to deploy that road map. MathWorks Consulting Services prepares you to perform key modeling, code generation, and tool qualification activities to achieve the new objectives of DO-178C and its supplemental documents DO-330 (Software Tool Qualification Considerations), DO-331 (Model-Based Development and Verification) and DO-333 (Formal Methods).
The DO-178 Certification Service is delivered by senior-level MathWorks Consultants with knowledge gained from years of developing high-integrity software in collaboration with customers in the aerospace industry. MathWorks Consulting Services helps organizations avoid common mistakes and reduce the time, effort, and cost to develop high-integrity software that satisfies DO-178 objectives.
MathWorks Consulting Services works with you to:
The migration strategy to an optimized software development process that uses Model-Based Design in a workflow for DO-178 varies by company and application. MathWorks Consulting Services draws on product expertise and industry background to tailor the process to best fit your needs. Steps may include:
Contact MathWorks Consulting Services to discuss your specific requirements.
Raymond Estrada is a senior technical consultant with extensive industry experience in guidance, navigation and controls, and code generation for use in an HIL environment. He specializes in helping organizations apply Model-Based Design to develop and deploy embedded software for high-integrity applications that comply with safety standards. Raymond holds a B.S. in aeronautics and astronautics engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an M.S. in aerospace engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles.