Transitioning from DO-178B/ED-12B to DO-178C/ED-12C

Executive Summary

Software guidelines in aerospace industry have been around since the 1980’s, approximately coinciding with the onset of programmable hardware designed for air-brone systems. These guidelines have evolved with time. Successive revisions have been introduced across the decades to account for compliance needs of both hardware and software side development.

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The original software development document was known as DO-178 which was upgraded to DO-178A followed by DO-178B/ED-12B in 1992, and finally, to DO-178C/ED-12C in 2011. The latest revisions in DO-178C/ED-12C have been introduced to draw up a long-term plan that can satisfy the requirements of both Radio Technical Commission for Aerospace (RTCA) and European Organization for Civil Aviation Equipment (EUROCAE) . DO-178B/ED-12B has found high acceptance with all technical advisory committees due to the imbibed clarity in software development and verification.
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