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  1. IMPACT™ Science & Engineering Associates, Inc. Integrated Messaging and Process Analysis Control Techniques Functional and Graphical Interface Model Bringing CONTEXT to and With Hardware, Software, and the Human Element IMPACT™ PROVING DESIGN INFLUENCING DESIGN Toolset Systems Engineering Software Engineering Safety Engineering Systems Integration Software Design System Safety • Requirements Allocation • Implementation Model • Fault Detection • Fault Handling • SW & HW Integration • User Interface Analysis • Hazard Identification • Hazard Causal Factors • Hazard Mitigation • Fault Tree Analysis • Residual Risk • Safety Reporting • Functional Definition • Requirements Allocation • Control Requirements • System Modeling • Interface Analysis Specialty Engineering Software Safety Software Test • Test Rqmt Allocation • Test Case Generation • Test Acceptance Criteria • Test Readiness Report • System Integration • Human Factors • Training • Reliability/Availability and • Maintainability • Integrated Logistics • Safety-Critical SW • SW Causal Factors • SW Safety Requirements • Hazard Mitigation • Interface w/Hardware • Interface w/Human SEA Inc. Proprietary Data – Please Protect Accordingly 6100 Uptown Blvd., NE, Suite 700, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110 (505) 884-2300 Page One

  2. IMPACT™ Science & Engineering Associates, Inc. Integrated Messaging and Process Analysis Control Techniques Graphically Integrating Hardware, Software And Human Interaction in the Performance of System Functions PROCESS-BASED TOOL SET ANALYSES PLACES SOFTWARE, HARDWARE AND PERSONNEL ACTION WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF MAJOR SYSTEM FUNCTIONS Allows Hardware & Software Designers to See the “Big Picture” Reduces the Amount of Reverse Engineering to “Make It Work” Testing is More a “Proving Process” Than a “Fixing Process” Timelines & Milestones Are Met With Fewer Surprises Customers Have More Confidence in the Contractor as it offers Tangible Evidence of Progress Shows “Actual Design” as opposed to “Perceived Design” CONTACT SEA, Inc. Albuquerque Division Steve Mattern or Greg Elcock (505) 884-2300 SEA Inc. Proprietary Data – Please Protect Accordingly 6100 Uptown Blvd., NE, Suite 700, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110 (505) 884-2300 Page Two

  3. IMPACT™ Science & Engineering Associates, Inc. Integrated Messaging and Process Analysis Control Techniques IMPACT Software Safety Process The integration of the “Software Assurance” of RTCA/DO 178B and “Software Safety” of Mil-Std 882 ensures a total integration of system safety engineering, system engineering and software development methodologies for a safer system. The process as defined below produces the necessary output products to support system certification and safety requirements criteria. System Hazards Analysis The Functional Hazard Analysis is a natural springboard into the safety activities required by Mil-Std 882. The most important step in the process is the in-depth analysis to identify failure modes or pathways to the identified hazards of the system. This analysis includes the identification of each hardware, software, and human interaction on the failure pathways. System Functional Analysis Analysis is accomplished to determine system functionality and the ramifications of “loss of functionality”. This activity is accomplished in conjunction with systems engineering and can be used to supplement interface and integration activities. The primary purpose is to identify the Safety-Critical Functions (SCF) of the system and categorize them in accordance with DO-178B safety level criteria. The SCF’s is then tied to the software functionality to determine which CSCI’s or CSU’s will be determined to have significant safety impact. This allows functionality to be allocated to the appropriate safety levels within the software design architecture. Identification of Software Safety Requirements The in-depth hazard causal analysis defines the interaction of hardware, software, and the human as contributors to potential mishaps. The results of this analysis is a more refined list of hazard mitigation requirements for hardware and software design, safety and redundant systems, fault detection, tolerance, and recovery, and procedures and training. The safety engineering team then ensures that the domain experts (designers) successfully implement the defined hazard mitigation requirements. This is accomplished through a variety of analysis, inspection, and test activities. SEA Inc. Proprietary Data – Please Protect Accordingly 6100 Uptown Blvd., NE, Suite 700, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110 (505) 884-2300 Page Three