Methods to Address Specific Issues Related to COTS Electronic Components in Airborne Electronic Hardware
- Aerospace Standard
Design and conduct additional tests and analyses of the COTS component, beyond those conducted by its supplier, to assure that the COTS component will perform its allocated function reliably in its application;
Modify the avionics system design to reduce operating and environmental stresses on the COTS component;
Modify the avionics system design to provide assurance the system will perform its allocated function reliably, even if the COTS component were to fail;
Modify the avionics system operating and maintenance practices to prevent premature failure of the avionics system; and
Any additional practices needed by the application.
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Avionics Process Management Committee (APMC) develops process management standards for systems and equipment used in the field of avionics. Avionics includes electronics used in commercial, civil and military aerospace applications. The committee also provides input to government and other industry organizations and standards. APMC supports the US Technical Advisory Group (US TAG) for International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Technical Committee 107, Process Management for Avionics.