Military Certification - European Defence Agency

Report
DGAA
Lt.Col. GArn Alessio GRASSO
[email protected]
[email protected]
+39 081 705 5172
Olomouc, 5 June 2009
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FEEDBACK TOPICS
DGAA
• GENERAL
VIEW
OF
THE
AIRWORTHINESS
COMMUNITY
ACROSS
EUROPE
IS
THAT
HARMONISATION IS HIGHLY DESIRABLE:
– SAVING TIME AND RESOURCES
• MANY AIRWORTHINESS INITIATIVES IN EU AND
ELSEWHERE AIMED AT GENERAL HARMONISATION …
BUT UNCOORDINATED.
• MAWA IS THE AUTHORIZED (TOP COVER) FORUM TO
PUSH AIRWORTHINESS HARMONISTATION
– HIGH RISK THAT THERE WILL BE DUPLICATION OF
EFFORT AND WITH LIMITED RESOURCES THIS IS
UNTENABLE
• CIVIL AND MILITARY APPROACHES TO “VERIFY
DESIGN REQUIREMENTS” ARE DIFFERENT
– CIVIL CERTIFICATION SOMETIMES DOESN’T
COVER COMPLETELY THE MILITARY REQ.S
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FEEDBACK TOPICS
DGAA
1. IMPLEMENT THE PROCUREMENT ORIENTED VISION RIGHT
FROM THE BEGINNING, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THAT
PERFORMANCES ARE AS IMPORTANT AS AIRWORTHINESS
2. THE DEFINITION OF UNAMBIGUOUS-COMPLETE-FEASABLE
TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATION
(AIRWORTHINESS+SAFETY
TARGETS+PERFORMANCE) CAN LEAD TO A SUCCESSFUL
MIL-HDBKPROCUREMENT PROCESS
A
W
B
A
S
I
S
516B
Def Std 00-970
PURE MILITARY
A/C
CIVIL TYPE
DERIVED A/C
+ SPECIAL
CONDITIONS
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MAWA RECCOMENDED ACTION PLAN
•
•
•
•
•
DGAA
EDA TO BE MORE PROACTIVE IN RATIONALISING OTHER
AIRWORTHINESS FORUM
MAWA WILL NOT DEVELOP NEW SPECIFIC DESIGN
STANDARDS, UTILISING EXISTING STANDARDS (UK
SYSTEM, US SYSTEM, IT SYSTEM – SAFETY TARGET
APPROACH - AND OTHERS IF EXISTING WITH THE SAME
TECHNICAL LEVEL AND MATURITY CONTENTS)
EVALUATE THEM FOR APPLICABILITY AND TECHNICAL
CONTENTS AND EXPRESS PREFERENCE
DEVELOPING AN EQUIVALENT MIL-HDB-516B DOCUMENT
THAT POINTS TO THE EXISTING MILITARY/CIVIL
STANDARDS
EVALUATE THE FEASIBILITY TO LINK MAWA PROCEDURES
WITH US US MILITARY WORLD
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DGAA
Lt.Col. GArn Alessio GRASSO
[email protected]
[email protected]
+39 081 705 5172
Olomouc, 5 June 2009
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