NMI Software Validation & Verification Event – November 10, 2015

nmi-parent-logo-complete-loT&VS have supported the NMI in the development of a series of events to help companies better understand and overcome the challenges faced in the validation and verification (V&V) of complex electronic systems.

The first of these events will focus on the V&V of Software where the complexity of the environment and the potential for unexpected emergent behaviors means that traditional approaches are not sufficient.

This full day event will look in depth at how software across multiple sectors (automotive, avionics, medical, etc.) can still be made compliant to the appropriate safety standards, and secure from external threats given a systems likely connectivity.

T&VS Presentation

Mike Bartley Founder & CEO, TVSAt the event, T&VS will presenting in the “State of the Art” track on the following:

What can we Learn from Other Disciplines
Mike Bartley, CEO and Founder, T&VS

Event Summary

  • NMI Software Validation & Verification
  • November 10, 2015. — 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • UWE (University of the West of England), Bristol
  • Additional Event Information

Provisional Agenda

Please check the NMI Event Website for the very latest agenda.

  • Welcome & Introduction
    Dr. Derek Boyd, Chief Executive, NMI
  • Keynote Presentation
    Jack Cunningham, Director of Software Engineering, Thales UK
  • Software Verification and Validation Competition (see below)
    Robin Kennedy – Knowledge Transfer Manager, KTN
  • Challenges on Software V&V
    Rob Burton, Head of Software Engineering, Raytheon UK
  • Validation of Mars Missions
    Roger Ward, Technology Manager – Space Division, SCISYS UK
  • Case Studies
  • Disrupting the Smart Cities Market
    Wolfgang Bruchner, CTO, Cascoda
    Sean Redmond, Founder, Vertizan
  • Validating Requirements for the Automotive Industry using Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)
    Professor Jon Holt, Director, Scarecrow Consultants
  • Networking Lunch
  • State-of-the-Art Solutions
  • What can we Learn from Other Disciplines
    Mike Bartley, Managing Director, T&VS
  • Model-based Test Generation for Coverage-Driven Verification of Robotic Code
    Kirsten Eder, Reader, University of Bristol
  • Contestor Verification Approach
    Jamie Hutcheson, Principal Consultant, Altran
  • Verification of Avionics Software to Meet DO-178B/C. What, Why and How?
    Dr. Guillem Bernat, Rapita
  • Verification Techniques for Better Code and Higher Productivity
    Mark Richardson, Field Applications Engineer, LDRA
  • Networking Break
  • Group Discussion on Main Challenges & Potential Solutions
  • Event Close