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Engineering of complex avionics systems simulations using a model based approach

Abstract : With avionics system complexity increasing rapidly, the use of simulation throughout the system development lifecycle is a key enabler to achieve system maturity at Entry Into Service. However, simulations themselves are also complex systems whose development requires a high level of collaboration between multiple skills (IT, Plant modelling, Control, Embedded Software, etc). Therefore, having a functional simulation with the required level of fidelity and available at the right moment is always a tough challenge. To tackle these challenges, the INtegrated SImulation into Design project (INSIDE) was initiated by Airbus in 2009 to organize this collaboration at early definition of simulation architectures and simulation model components. The approach is based on a Model Driven Engineering using System Modelling Language SysML to support architecture definition. The introduction will describe the problem in detail and then the paper will explain the proposed solution and how it improves the performance of the simulation development process. Finally, the feedback and future improvements are presented.
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Patrice Thebault, Thierry Suquet, Michael Duffy, Benoit Viaud, Pascal Will, et al.. Engineering of complex avionics systems simulations using a model based approach. Embedded Real Time Software and Systems (ERTS2014), Feb 2014, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-02272338⟩



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