The EUROCAE WG-114 (together with the SAE G-34) main objective is to create the first standard for the development and certification/approval of aeronautical products based on AI-technology. The scope encompasses ground-based equipment and airborne vehicles, including Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) products. As a starting point, the group worked on a statement of concerns in order to align the aeronautical ecosystem stakeholders (Industries and Regulation Authorities) and in particular provided a gap analysis with the main avionic standards. This presentation will present the highlights of the analysis focusing on ED-12C/DO-178C (and its supplements) and ED-109A/DO-278A, and the current considerations about interfacing the current software standards.

The EUROCAE WG-114 (together with the SAE G-34) main objective is to create the first standard for the development and certification/approval of aeronautical products based on AI-technology. The scope encompasses ground-based equipment and airborne vehicles, including Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) products. As a starting point, the group worked on a statement of concerns in order to align the aeronautical ecosystem stakeholders (Industries and Regulation Authorities) and in particular provided a gap analysis with the main avionic standards. This presentation will present the highlights of the analysis focusing on ED-12C/DO-178C (and its supplements) and ED-109A/DO-278A, and the current considerations about interfacing the current software standards.

The EUROCAE WG-114 (together with the SAE G-34) main objective is to create the first standard for the development and certification/approval of aeronautical products based on AI-technology. The scope encompasses ground-based equipment and airborne vehicles, including Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) products. As a starting point, the group worked on a statement of concerns in order to align the aeronautical ecosystem stakeholders (Industries and Regulation Authorities) and in particular provided a gap analysis with the main avionic standards. This presentation will present the highlights of the analysis focusing on ED-12C/DO-178C (and its supplements) and ED-109A/DO-278A, and the current considerations about interfacing the current software standards.

The EUROCAE WG-114 (together with the SAE G-34) main objective is to create the first standard for the development and certification/approval of aeronautical products based on AI-technology. The scope encompasses ground-based equipment and airborne vehicles, including Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) products. As a starting point, the group worked on a statement of concerns in order to align the aeronautical ecosystem stakeholders (Industries and Regulation Authorities) and in particular provided a gap analysis with the main avionic standards. This presentation will present the highlights of the analysis focusing on ED-12C/DO-178C (and its supplements) and ED-109A/DO-278A, and the current considerations about interfacing the current software standards.