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Re: 14 March 2014 Live Chat -- Lethal Software Defects
mr_widget   3/14/2014 2:06:47 PM
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The best-of-all-cases that I can forsee, particularly with complex (and potentially lethal) consumer products is to create consumer expectation (and education) for some sort of independent certification of roadworthiness.  It troubles me that NTSB is spending way more money (and time) on vehicle crashes (which are valuable in of themselves), and hardly any proportional time on integration testing of complex control systems, such as the fuel throttles.



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