A LIFE CYCLE MODEL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

Danie Viljoen, Johann Holm

Abstract


This paper describes a life cycle model for the development of electronic equipment for use on board military aircraft in the South African context. The life cycle model presented consolidates the activities of systems engineering, safety and certification, and quality assurance. The life cycle model provides a clear-cut and comprehensive framework for the development process in order to streamline planning and control. Concepts fundamental to the definition of a development process are identified and explained, and a generalised life cycle model is derived. Applications of this life cycle model in the description of development processes for airborne electronic equipment are presented.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7166/28-3-1843

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