The most prominent challenges to the successful qualification of Integrated System Health Monitoring (ISHM) systems are appropriate technology development processes and Verification & Validation (V&V) methods towards certification. This paper outlines a survey of recent ISHM programs in diverse industrial sectors across the globe, offers guideline towards ISHM development at each Technology Readiness Level (TRL), and sets forth a V&V process and certification roadmap. This paper provides insight into Cassidian’s ISHM Simulation framework and emphasizes the relevance of this framework to an effective V&V solution of ISHM.
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Condition Based Maintenance, Validation and Verification, Fault Diagnosis and Prognosis, Certification, Health Management System
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