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Fly Safely


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As technology encroaches increasingly into our daily lives, John Clegg from QinetiQ will discuss the need for software safety assurance with examples of both good and bad practice.

Date and Time

22 April 2013 - 19:30-21:00


Malvern, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Hereford and Worcester local network.

About this event

The safe operation of software becomes more critical as technology encroaches increasingly into our daily lives. The computer reliant operation of aircraft flight controls is a dramatic example. John Clegg from the Safety Assurance Group, QinetiQ will address the need for software safety assurance, the approach to assurance and accreditation, and discuss examples of where it goes right and wrong.

Reasons to attend

This talk will be of particular interest to project managers and practitioners involved in the specification, creation, development, and assurance of safety critical systems with embedded software.


This is a free event

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Prior registration is required


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