Considerations for Safe Store Operation on Manned and Unmanned Vehicles
- Aerospace Standard
Section 3 of the document contains an introduction to methods by which the safety of a system can be assessed.
Section 4 describes the safety principles commonly applied to the design and operation of weapons on manned aircraft.
Section 5 describes how the safety principles established for manned aircraft may be applied to unmanned systems,
Section 6 provides conclusions and recommendations.
|Aerospace Standard||Deliverable Aerospace Software Supplement for AS9100A Quality Management Systems - Aerospace - Requirements for Software (Based on AS9100A)|
|Aerospace Standard||Software Supportability Program Standard|
|Aerospace Standard||Software Reliability Program Standard|
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|TABLE 2||FAILURE AND SECONDARY FAILURE POSSIBILITIES|
|TABLE 4-3||NOTIONAL COMBAT AIRCRAFT MISSION AND SAFETY MEASURES|
|TABLE 6-4||WEAPONIZED UNMANNED VEHICLE SAFETY MEASURE PROPOSAL|
The SAE AS-1 Aircraft Systems & Systems Integration committee addresses all facets of aircraft avionics systems design, maintenance, and in-service experience. It reviews and develops specifications for stores interface, validation requirements, systems integration, mission store validation plans and media terminal design. Also addressed are system test requirements, architecture, security and 1553 data bus standards. The group is comprised of three subcommittees dedicated to creating, preparing, and maintaining all relevant specifications, standards, and requirements for aircraft avionics systems. These subcommittees include:AS-1A Avionics Networks AS-1B Aircraft-Store Integration AS-1C Avionic Subsystems Participants in the SAE AS-1 committee include OEMs, suppliers, aircraft avionics equipment companies, consulting firms, government and others across the aerospace and defense industries.