ARP 4754 PDF
Starts with the FHA failure condition severity classification. • ARP A provides a development assurance level assignment process. – Function Development. ARP, Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) ARPA is a guideline from SAE Complying with DOC and DO using Model-Based Design ( PDF). SAE Aerospace Electronics and Avionics Systems Conference. SAE ARP has been widely applied in the process of airworthiness certification in highly-integrated or complex electronic system of civil aircraft since Li conducted the comparison of the DAL assignment methods between ARP and ARPA. Research on failure simulation.
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This document discusses the development of aircraft systems taking into account the overall aircraft operating environment and functions. ARPA substanfally revises the industry guidance for the development of aircraft and provided key contribufons to ARPA, ARP , and ARP NASA/CR– Application of SAE ARPA to Flight. Critical Systems. Eric M. Peterson. Electron International II, Inc., Phoenix.
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Contents 1 Objectives of the document 2 History 3 References 4 See also 5 External links Objectives of the document ARP addresses primarily Avionics and especially Avionics software, in the context of an ever increasing integration of the aircraft control systems.
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David Russo. An Electron-cyclotron-resonance Plasma Apparatus For. Ramu Banoth. Aircraft sensors obtaining physical environmental information interpreted through air data systems and flight management systems assist the pilot to navigate and fly the aircraft, with the cockpit display and control units providing a human machine interface for these functions.
Aircraft communication systems link with ground systems for voice and data communication and also with satellite systems for not only communication functions but also for navigation and surveillance functions.
Next generation avionics systems would entail more integrated modular avionics, federated architecture and software enabled upgrades bringing efficiency for the operation and maintenance of the aircraft. Data networks on board the aircraft, between various aircraft systems including, communication, navigation and surveillance systems, flight control systems, flight management systems and cockpit display and control systems are an integral part of the airborne cyber space.
ATM is essentially a combination of airborne functions and ground-based functions in keeping the movement of aircraft through the air space safe and efficient . This involves conflict detection and resolution by the air traffic controllers and ensuring a safe separation between aircraft. Conventional methods of air traffic control required aircraft flight paths to be constrained to Air Traffic Services ATS routes and to be channelled to a great extent.
Next generation ATM systems will involve more Collaborative Decision Making CDM between airspace users and stakeholders, and will further support Trajectory Based Operations TBO which allows airlines to fly more economic business trajectories resulting in lesser flying time and fuel burn.
TBO involves the ground ATM systems receiving the aircraft position information together with the time of arrival in specific points in air space, which is computed by the airborne Flight Management Systems FMS.
With increased usage of datalink communication methods for all functions of communication, navigation, surveillance and air traffic management, safety and security assessment of the systems in the civil domain is becoming increasingly relevant.
The increased use of GNSS for aircraft navigation and the use of ADS-B for surveillance are examples where above mentioned attack methods may become and in some case have already become threats in civil aircraft operations.
Level 2: Cybercrime which is defined by the Commission of the European Commission are criminal acts committed using electronic communication networks and information systems or against such networks and systems.
Level 4: Cyber terrorism which involves attacks on networks concerning critical ICT systems and their controls. Vulnerabilities are be defined as manifestations of some inherent states of the system that can be subjected to a natural hazard or be exploited to adversely affect the normal operation of the system . The adverse effect on the system may result in system failure or loss of confidentiality, availability or integrity.
Natural hazards may include unintentional or accidental actions such as component or system failure or human error. On the other hand an exploitation of the vulnerability to cause a failure would be an intentional or malicious action.
It is the accidental or intentional nature of the action that differentiates safety from security. In the context of airworthiness, the ultimate aim is to avoid all losses or failures which may affect the safe flight of the aircraft.
A Comparison of SAE ARP 4754A and ARP 4754
While improving system reliability and human factors considerations mitigates system failures due to accidental or unintentional actions, understanding and analysing threats together with improving system resilience to threats mitigates system failures due to intentional malicious actions. Since malicious actions and attack methods are limitless, more focus should be given to what can be controlled at system design  to safeguard the asset.
A minimum level of system resilience and reliability is required to be established for the airworthiness assurance of aircraft. The attack types on the various layers of CPS are detailed in Table 1. If the required resilience are not built into the system, increased vulnerabilities would result in increased security risks, and thereby the safety risks.
On the other hand, a less reliable aircraft with more safety risks, introduces increased vulnerabilities that can be attacked causing security risks. Therefore the relationship between vulnerabilities, safety and security risks, related risk margins and risk appetites should be analysed as part of the system design and development life cycle , when systems, sub-systems, functionalities and their relationships are designed.
A Comparison of SAE ARP 4754A and ARP 4754
Introducing modifications and upgrades after the system is operational is an expensive exercise.These are found in the U. Ivor Kruger. The differences are shown in Fig1. But with the complexity of integration and function increasing in the system design process, the standard can not fully meets the state-of-art technical requirements of designer and engineers.
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Cyber security threats considered here include intentional unauthorised electronic interactions with aircraft systems, ground systems, related system Human Machine Interface HMI and Signal in Space SIS.
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