In aviation, requirements are paramount for all aspects of products: hardware, software, systems, and safety. And yet, safety-critical experts consistently state that the number-one cause of safety-related defects is weak requirements.
In this 10-page whitepaper, expert Vance Hilderman details how aviation development teams can improve their requirements by answering questions such as:
What should an aviation requirements standard contain?
What are examples of weak, satisfactory, good, and great aviation requirements?
Are there differences between airborne and ground-based requirements, or software and hardware requirements?
Plus, learn best practices for the development of aviation requirements.
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