Jamie Ayre

Jamie Ayre

September 22nd, 2011

From 16:10 to 16:30




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Under the patronage of

  • Logo Ministère de l'économie

Institution partners

  • Direccte Ile de France
  • Région Île de France
  • Ville de paris
  • Agence Régionale de Développement Paris Île-de-France
  • W3C

Diamond Sponsors

  • Red Hat

Platinum Sponsors

  • Alter way
  • Smile

Gold Sponsors

  • Neo Telecoms
  • SUSE
  • vmware Logo
  • Microsoft
  • Intel AppUp℠ Developer Program

Silver Sponsors

  • Oracle Logo
  • Capgemini
  • af83
  • Adacore
  • Bearstech Logo
  • Qualcomm
  • Ubuntu

Bronze Sponsors

  • Accenture
  • Alcatel-Lucent Logo
  • hp
  • Jamendo
  • Nuxeo


Main Organizer

  • Systematic


  • af83
  • Alter way
  • Smile

Experiment day organizers

  • Cap Digital
  • Hackable Devices

Open-DO Initiative - Bringing freedom to software that matters

This presentation will look at how the best practices of open source development can be applied to the complex world of building certified, safety-critical software and the resulting cross-fertilization of ideas between the various interested communities. 

Open-DO (as in "Open" and "DO-178C" the forthcoming revision of the avionics standard for airborne software) is an innovative open source initiative with the following goals:

- Address the "big-freeze" problem of safety-critical software;

- Ensure wide and long-term availability of qualified open-source tools and certifiable components for the main aspects of safety-critical software development;

- Decrease the barrier of entry for the development of safety-critical software;

- Encourage research in the area of safety-critical software development;

- Increase the availability of educational material for the development of safety-critical software in particular for academics and their students;

- Foster cross-fertilization between open-source and safety-critical software communities.

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