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  • 6th April 2021
Introduction to structured assurance cases
  • 7th April 2021
ASCE: Creating and Understanding your case
  • 8th April 2021
ASCE: Enhancing and Sharing your case
 

Recent news and events

Autonomous road vehicles - Adelard releases TIGARS project conclusions

TIGARS (Towards Identifying and closing Gaps in Assurance of autonomous Road vehicleS) was an international research project aimed at investigating the assurance gaps and challenges for first generation autonomous systems, and research into novel techniques and engineering processes for addressing them.

Adelard delivers keynote lecture at SREcon19

Heidy Khlaaf, Consultant at Adelard, was invited to deliver the keynote lecture at Site Reliability Engineering Conference 2019 (SREcon19) in Dublin, Ireland. SREcon is an annual conference gathering engineers and enabling them to discuss topics of site reliability, systems engineering, and working with complex distributed systems at scale.

Adelard wins contract to streamline release into service process for the ATM safety case for the Queen Elizabeth-class (QEC) aircraft carriers.

Adelard LLP in conjunction with Osprey Consulting Services will be assisting DE&S in modernising its existing safety case and compliance matrix for Air Traffic Management (ATM) for the QEC aircraft carriers.

Adelard updates DOORS integration for ASCE

Adelard has released an updated version of its DOORS integration for ASCE. Now compatible with the latest versions of IBM Rational DOORS classic, (9.6 and 9.7), the integration permits traceable content managed by DOORS to be inserted into the safety or assurance case within ASCE.

DE&S renew commitment to ASCE

Adelard LLP is delighted to announce the renewal of a contract for the continued use of ASCE within DE&S Air Operating and Weapons Operating Centres. The contract signed in March 2019 covering both operating centres will run for 3 years