A number of industry sectors are governed by safety standards including avionics, rail, nuclear and more recently, medical, automotive and autonomous systems. A key process in any safety-related project is verification and the ability to demonstrate that a development processes complies with the objectives and outputs defined in the applicable standard. Defining and executing an effective verification plan can have a significant impact on the quality, schedule and cost of a project and greatly reduce the burden of demonstrating compliance.

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