DO-160G Test Program Planning

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Event Brief

RTCA DO-160 has been in use for over 50 years as a set of minimal tests for civilian aircraft.  Anyone involved in general aviation products should be interested in what DO-160 has to say.  G is the latest revision and this presentation not only discusses the environmental tests but also highlights the changes between F and G.

Course Objective
  • Understand the concept of DO-160G and its impact on test procedures for airborne equipment
  • Look into what is involved in DO-160G testing
  • Obtain understanding on the differences between F and G revisions
  • Review the testing categories involved in DO-160 and how it will affect your testing procedures
  • Learn to select the most valuable tests to be used in DO-160 in comparison to MIL-STD-810
Course Agenda

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Who Should Attend

This course will benefit engineers who are responsible for the design or the qualification an airborne system, building of aviation systems and testing of airborne equipments

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