Verify Before You Fly – Deploy to the Skies with Confidence


Join us for our webinar in partnership with UEI.

The hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) verification process is an essential step to ensuring systems operate as intended before deployment. System verification during the design process can correct operation, safety, and reliability of aircraft. The right set of simulations can identify potential issues before physical testing begins, which is why HIL and similar types of verification is crucial to your design plan.

In this webinar, UEI will discuss solutions that can help diagnose early issues, reduce risk of failures, and increase confidence in system performance. We’ll dive into the testing and verification phases of the development lifecycle which covers various types of testing, such as unit, integration, system, acceptance, and regression.

Whether you need to simulate iron bird components for a new commercial aircraft or verify flatsat interactions with different systems before launch, UEI will showcase tips and solutions that will provide you with confidence in your aircraft’s safety and performance.

Delegates will learn:

1. The V-model from System Definition to Deployment:
. Understanding Validation and Verification – Project Design and Test Paths
. Key components of each, discussing real-world examples and solutions
2. Building a Comprehensive Verification Application:
. HIL and System-Integration-Lab (SIL) Solutions
. Newer standards such as VISTAS – Virtual Interoperable Simulation for Tests of Aircraft Systems in Virtual or Hybrid Bench
3. Verification Checklist for Application Success

Thursday, July 27, 2023 · 3:00 PM London (GMT +1:00)

Meet our Presenter:

Erik Goethert

Sr. Director of Business Development & Strategic Marketing
Mr. Goethert has designed, managed, and implemented applications that collect real-world data for aerospace, energy, and defense industries so engineers can build smart systems that are reliable, flexible, and rugged. He has more than 25 years of experience in industry-wide hardware, software, and I/O application solutions. He has an engineering degree from Cornell University.
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