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Big problem – how do the developers of Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs) get their devices certified to fly in regulated airspace?
How do these UAV developers show a regulator that they will not only meet stringent air traffic and flight regulations but will also restrict undesired behaviour? In other words, how can developers show that their products are ‘Airworthy’?
Prof Colin O'Halloran, the Technical Director of D-RisQ Ltd was invited to give a Key Note speech at the Australian System Safety Conference in Melbourne. The packed programme of presentations and events was on the theme of "Software Safety: New Challenges & Solutions".
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House of Lords report - Civilian Use of Drones in EU.pdf
HM Government Information Security Breaches Survey
With a wide experience in analysis of complex systems and software across many sectors ranging from embedded systems to IT, safety and security critical systems, automotive, aerospace, robotics and many others, D-RisQ has developed huge experience from which to build automated formal analysis tools.
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