Originally presented on March 16, 2016.


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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) continues to release new approvals for the use of unmanned aircraft in the national airspace and other nations are making similar moves. As a result, many unmanned aircraft system (UAS) platforms must now comply with FAA safety standards for technology such as DO-178 B and C for flight-critical software, as well as DO-254 for hardware. Certification rules and procedures are still being defined, but the technological expertise for avionics certification already exists. This E-cast of industry experts will discuss the challenges and solutions for managing avionics safety certification in unmanned aircraft.

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