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NATO - STANAG 4452

GUIDANCE ON SOFTWARE SAFETY DESIGN AND ASSESSMENT OF MUNITION-RELATED COMPUTING SYSTEMS

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Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 29 November 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 6
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AIM

The aim of this NATO standardization agreement (STANAG) is to respond to the following interoperability requirements.

INTEROPERABILITY REQUIREMENTS

To achieve a reasonable level of assurance that munition related software and softwarelike devices will behave within the system context and operational environment with an acceptable level of risk.

Document History

STANAG 4452
November 29, 2016
GUIDANCE ON SOFTWARE SAFETY DESIGN AND ASSESSMENT OF MUNITION-RELATED COMPUTING SYSTEMS
AIM The aim of this NATO standardization agreement (STANAG) is to respond to the following interoperability requirements. INTEROPERABILITY REQUIREMENTS To achieve a reasonable level of assurance...

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