It’s not easy, but we can work with you to make it easier
Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Achieving certifiability is a serious business that can involve almost uncountable man hours and dollars. The COTS approach to certifiability is simpler and less expensive than doing it yourself –we’ve invested upfront and will partner with you to make the process more straightforward - and more cost-effective.
FORCE2C – COTS products with added artifacts
That’s right. The FORCE2C is a COTS product designed specifically for certifiability. It builds on our popular COTS products, but comes complete with DO-254 artifacts. No, they’re not everything you’ll need – but they’ll help you get where you’re going faster, and they can be used for multiple programs.
To minimize program risk we worked with a Designated Engineering Representative to audit our process and artifacts throughout the development, so you can integrate our products into your safety-certifiable system with confidence.
DO-254 / DO-178C certification compliant
Offered with artifacts suitable for inclusion in DAL D to DAL A flight systems. Lowering the cost and timescale of flight certifiable systems for our customers via the Abaco investment in certifiable COTS.
We can give you much more than the paperwork
DO-254 and DO-178C artifacts for the FORCE2C are a good start. However, we can also provide you with a service that supports you in your integration of artifacts and in the approval loop for the FAA, EESA or other certification authority. A problem shared is a problem halved.To minimize program risk we have had a Designated Engineering Representative auditing our process and artifacts throughout the development, so you can integrate our products into your safety-certifiable system with confidence.
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