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3rd IET International Conference on System Safety 2008
Def Stan 00-56 requires a safety case to be built before an autonomous system can be certified, but there is no current guidance on how such a case should be structured. The authors have reviewed several plausible approaches to structuring a safety case, including arguing human equivalence, deriving necessary capabilities from a Level of Autonomy scheme, and by deriving an explicit rationale for the Unmanned Systems Safety Guide recently published by the US Department of Defense. From this, wedoi:10.1049/cp:20080730 fatcat:anob5azfhndcbbgu34i6doabjy