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DIN CEN/TS 16501:2013-06;DIN SPEC 29501:2013-06

DIN CEN/TS 16501:2013-06;DIN SPEC 29501:2013-06

Air Traffic Management - Specification for Software Assurance Levels; German and English version CEN/TS 16501:2013

Gestion du trafic aérien - Spécification des Niveaux d'assurance logicielle; Version allemande et anglaise CEN/TS 16501:2013

Flugverkehrsmanagement - Spezifikation für Software-Sicherheitsanforderungsstufen; Deutsche und Englische Fassung CEN/TS 16501:2013

Fecha:
2013-06 /Active
Equivalencias internacionales:

CEN/TS 16501 (2013-04)

Relación con otras normas DIN:

Reemplaza a: DIN EN 16154:2010-10

Resumen:
The European Union launched the "Single European Sky" (SES) Legislation in 2002 which was adopted in 2004. The SES legislation is based on a framework of 4 regulations, which includes the Interoperability Regulation (EC 552/2004). The objective of the Interoperability Regulation is to ensure interoperability of the European Air Traffic Management Network (EATMN) consistent with air navigation services. An increasing proportion of functions of the EATMN are implemented by software and these functions are becoming more safety-critical. It is therefore necessary to define guidance on how to standardise the assurances that may be provided for software. This Technical Specification specifies the Technical, Operational and Maintenance requirements for Software Assurance Levels to support the demonstration of compliance with some elements of the Essential Requirements "Safety" and "Principles governing the construction of systems" of the Regulation (EC 552/2004) of the European Parliament and of the Council on the interoperability of the European Air Traffic network ("the Interoperability regulation"). This Technical Specification on Software Assurance Levels (SWAL) is intended to apply to software that is part of the EATMN, focusing only on its "ground" segment and providing a reference against which stakeholders can assess their own practices for software specification, design, development, operation, maintenance, evolution and decommissioning. Requirements in the present document which refer to "should" statements or recommendations in the normatively referenced material are to be interpreted as fully normative ("shall") for the purpose of compliance with the present document.
Keywords:
Aerospace transport, Air safety, Air traffic, Air traffic control, Assurance programmes, Computer software, Conformity, Definitions, Flight operations, Information technology, Interoperability, Life cycles, Maintenance, Management, Operation, Safety requirements, Specification, Specification (approval)
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