The ARP4754A standard addresses the systems engineering aspects of aircraft certification, including systems requirements, requirements validation, systems design, and system verification. This standard supports system engineering activities and analyses for a safe and robust implementation.
You can use MATLAB® and Simulink® to:
- Iterate and refine system requirements by creating an executable specification
- Model, simulate, and analyze different architecture choices related to robustness and maintainability
- Establish end-to-end traceability from requirements to tests
- Capitalize test scenarios to validate your system
ARP4754 Standards with MATLAB and Simulink
Using Model-Based Design with ARP4754A Objectives
MATLAB and Simulink enable you to tackle system engineering activities in a unified executable environment:
- Perform simulations and analysis on executable specifications
- Use a common design language between systems, software, and hardware
- Analyze the completeness of the ICD (contents, definition, and tolerance)
- Analyze the architecture to meet the safety objectives
- Avoid expensive prototypes using trade-offs, optimization, or regression studies
Satisfying ARP4754A objectives using Model-Based Design will ensure your system is equipped with functional compliance and safety and will save cost and time-to-market toward certification.