Adelard’s partner Dr Sofia Guerra attended the American Nuclear Society's 12th Nuclear Plant Instrumentation, Control and Human-Machine Interface Technologies (NPIC&HMIT 2021) conference held on 14-17 June and presented Adelard’s research papers discussing the use of COTS devices in safety-critical sectors and various justification approaches employed by industries.
Events and training
||Introduction to structured assurance cases|
||ASCE: Creating and Understanding your case|
||ASCE: Enhancing and Sharing your case||
||Assurance Cases for Medical Devices - day 1|
||Assurance Cases for Medical Devices - day 2|
||ASCE, the Assurance Case Environment for Medical Devices - day 3|
Recent news and events
Clarion Housing Group works with Adelard to develop safety case framework in response to Hackitt report.
Clarion Housing Group is collaborating with Adelard, safety case and risk management specialists, to develop and deploy a safety case programme and framework for Higher Risk Buildings (HRB) helping to further enhance the safety of its residents and visitors.
Professor Robin Bloomfield, partner at Adelard LLP, will be delivering a Keynote presentation at Safety-Critical Systems Symposium on 10 February 2021 at 2:00pm (GMT). Robin will introduce the why, what, and how of Assurance 2.0: A Manifesto. Assurance 2.0 has been developed in response to the challenges posed by new developments including systems in which major functions are driven by machine learning as well as the persistent issues of effective and timely assurance.
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) published the report co-authored by Adelard’s partner Dr Sofia Guerra “Challenges and Approaches for Selecting, Assessing and Qualifying Commercial Industrial Digital Instrumentation and Control Equipment for Use in Nuclear Power Plant Applications”.
Adelard's Chief Scientist Peter Bishop, collaborated with Andrey Povyakalo to release the research paper "A conservative confidence bound for the probability of failure on demand of a software-based system based on failure-free tests of its components".