Rockwell Collins Overview

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Rockwell Collins and Formal Methods
September 20, 2013
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Who we are:
An innovator in the
design, production
and support of
aerospace and
defense solutions
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A global company operating from more than 60 locations in 27 countries
20,000 employees with 4700 engineers
A balanced business across markets: Government 58%, Commercial 42%
$4.7 billion in sales (2012)
Our core competencies include . . .
Communication/Navigation
Situational Awareness
Flight Control
Simulation
Information
Electronic Warfare
Management
Rockwell Collins demonstrates a commitment to innovation with 9 %
of sales as IR&D investment: Double the industry average
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Rockwell Collins
Aviation Electronics and Airborne / Mobile
Communications Systems for Commercial and
Military Applications Worldwide
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Advanced Technology Center
Charter: Identify, Develop and Mature Technologies that Provide
Growth for Rockwell Collins
Support Business Units in Evaluation of Advanced Technology
Partner with Companies and Universities for Advanced Research
Key Technology Areas:
Formal Methods
Networked Communication Systems
Radio and Optical Systems
Navigation and Control
Avionics & Cabin Systems
Information Assurance
Automated Analysis
Info & Computing Systems
Modeling and Simulation
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Trusted Systems
Education
• 18 Research Engineers
• Technical Expertise
BS
18%
– Cyber
PhD
47%
MS
35%
• Defense
• Operations
– Information Assurance
• Encryption
• Data Separation
• Data Security
E Grade
– Formal Methods
• Thoerem Proving
• Model Checking
• Symbolic Execution
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18%
E5
23%
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E3
12%
E4
47%
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Technology Progression in Avionics Technology
Today
Avionics
Electromechanical and Pneumatic
Instruments
Federated Electronics
Networked Avionics
Technology
Pneumatic
Electromechanical
1930-1960
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Analog
1970-2010
Digital
Optical Networking
2010+
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Software Complexity Explosion!
Our customers have recognized this
problem and are sounding the alarm!
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Utility of Formal Methods
• Ex post facto verification
– Has been used to meet certification requirements
• Common Criteria EAL 6+
– Finds subtle errors
• Early detection of errors
– Allows errors to be addressed early in design process
– Less rework -> lower costs
• Increase of automation
– Push button implementation, testing, and verification
– Remove humans from tedious, error prone activities
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NASA Aviation Safety
FGS Safety
Analysis
(RSML-e,
NuSMV)
FGS Mode
Confusion
Study
(PVS)
AAMP5
Microcode
Verification
(PVS)
AAMP-FV
Microcode
Verification
(PVS)
Crypto Control
(Prover)
ADGS 2100
(Simulink,
NuSMV)
AFRL
CerTA FCS
(NuSMV,
Prover)
DataFlow Logic
(ACL2)
Mixed Crit.
Architectures
Greenhills
Integrity
RTOS
(ACL2)
JEM Java
μProc
(PVS)
FCP 2002
Microcode
(ACL2)
AAMP7
Separation
Kernel
(ACL2)
FM Application
(Kind)
NSA
vFaat
(ACL2,
PVS)
SHADE
(ACL2)
Turnstile
(SPARK)
Guardol
(ACL2,
Prover)
Cyber
Seedling
(ACL2)
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AF Crypto Mod
FGS Mode
Confusion
PVS)
AAMP5
Partitioning
(PVS)
2010
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System Arch
Tools
(AADL)
META
(AADL)
Guardol
App
(ACL2,
Prover)
DARPA
AVM
(AADL)
FY 13 Formal Methods Projects
Customer
Program(complete)
DARPA
C2M2L (FY13)
DARPA
HACMS (FY17)
DARPA
Rapid (FY16)
NASA
AFCS (FY16)
AFRL
SwPI (FY15)
NASA
FCSR (FY13)
AFRL
CertaAMOR (ongoing)
CPSD
PikeWerks (FY13)
SPAWAR
DornerWorks (FY14)
Internal
Auto Test (FY13)
NSA
Guardol (FY14)
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Compositional
reasoning
DO-178C formal
methods guidebook
example
Requirements
modeling and analysis
Data flow analysis
Software cost
reduction
Robust firewall / guard
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Potential Formal Methods Application Areas
• Cyber
– Vulnerability analysis
– Cyber resilient design
– Demonstrate salient properties of
cyber payloads
• Unmanned Systems
– Design, V&V of
adaptive/autonomous behavior
• Rapid Capability Deployment
– Insertion of new
technology/capability into fielded
high assurance systems
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Contact Information
• Corporate Web Site
– www.rockwellcollins.com
– www.rockwellcollins.com/Careers.aspx
• Formal Specification and Analysis Job Posting
– https://rockwellcollins.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=577014
• Ray Richards
– [email protected]
– 319 295 6709
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