The ARP-4754 standard addresses the systems engineering aspects of aircraft certification including systems requirements, requirements validation, systems design, and system verification. It is supported by DO-178, which specifies objectives for flight software certification, and DO-254, which specifies objectives for flight hardware certification. ARP-4754A, released in 2010, provides information about the use of modeling and simulation for requirements capture, prototyping, and requirements validation.
Satisfying the objectives of standards such as ARP-4754, DO-178, and DO-254 can be time-consuming and expensive because it requires rigorous and well-documented verification activities.
Using Model-Based Design, engineers can satisfy ARP-4754 objectives while realizing cost and time-to-market benefits associated with early verification of requirements, automated linking to requirements, model simulation and analysis, model standards checking, report artifact generation, and test case reuse.
- Simulink for algorithm development
- Stateflow for logic and state machine development
- Simscape for plant modeling
- Aerospace Blockset for plant modeling
- Simulink Control Design for control system design and analysis
- Simulink Check for static model analysis
- Simulink Design Verifier for design error detection and property proving
- Simulink Test and Simulink Coverage for model verification
- Simulink Requirements for defining system requirements and traceability
- Simulink Report Generator for documenting models and traceability
- Simulink Test, Simulink Coder, and Simulink Real-Time for hardware in-the-loop testing
- DO Qualification Kit used in related DO-178 and DO-254 processes
- Embraer Speeds Requirements Engineering and Prototyping of Legacy 500 Flight Control System
- Airbus Develops Fuel Management System for the A380 Using Model-Based Design
- Cessna Enhances Antiskid Technology with Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing
- Korean Air Speeds UAV Flight Control Software Development and Verification with Model-Based Design
- Gulfstream Aerospace Develops Pilot-in-the-Loop Aircraft Simulator