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DatesEvents
  • 8th December 2020
Introduction to structured assurance cases
  • 9th December 2020
ASCE: Creating and Understanding your case
  • 15th December 2020
ASCE: Enhancing and Sharing your case
  • 1st February 2021
Introduction to structured assurance cases
  • 2nd February 2021
ASCE: Creating and Understanding your case
  • 3rd February 2021
ASCE: Enhancing and Sharing your case
 

Recent news and events

Adelard's partner Sofia Guerra co-authors report with IAEA

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”.

New research paper co-authored by Peter Bishop

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".

Adelard launches ASCE 5 and new support website

Adelard LLP has released the fifth generation of ASCE with a host of new updates aimed at bringing operational improvements to the development, maintenance and communication of assurance and safety cases.

Toward Trustworthy AI Development - Heidy Khlaaf co-authored a new multi-stakeholder report

Heidy Khlaaf, Senior Consultant at Adelard, joined the international team of academic researchers, industry scientists, policy experts and other stakeholders involved in the development of AI to co-author “Toward Trustworthy AI Development: Mechanisms for Supporting Verifiable Claims” report.

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.