In the fourth in the series of presidential lectures, testing and software-based critical systems on the railway will be explored by Nicholas Wrobel as part of Dr Daniel Woodland's theme of challenges of change in complex CCS systems.
Nicholas will consider factors such as: the requirements and typical operating envelope; a framework for system level testing; key elements of the test rig; a methodology to determine the test scenarios; metrics to measure the software's fitness for purpose, achievable levels of confidence and the number of test runs required to achieve a given confidence level and to satisfy the engineering safety and assurance case.
This will be livestreamed and recorded for viewing afterwards. If you would like to attend the lecture, please register via GoToWebinar and you will be sent details including the link to the event.
All members and non-members are welcome to attend and participate in the discussions.