For the DO-254/D0-178C applicant struggling with knowledge, resources, process or efficiency gaps in their compliance efforts, Logicircuit offers a skilled team of professionals and/or a portfolio of products that can help. Unlike some other service companies who overcharge and under-deliver or those that offshore their work to cut costs (and often quality), Logicircuit’s experienced team of knowledgeable, high-integrity, US-based specialists provides a cost effective support system for efficient DO-254/DO-178C compliance.


Logicircuit is aligned with industry-leading DERs (e.g., www.faaconsultants.com and www.patmos-eng.com), uses industry-leading tools (e.g., Mentor Graphics DO-254 and LDRA DO-178C tool suites), and works in close collaboration with Xilinx to support the Aerospace and other safety critical markets for FPGAs. Whether it is integrated end-to end compliance services or the extensive set of DO-254 certifiable IP (i.e., reusable hardware components) that Logicircuit offers, companies that sign up with Logicircuit reduce risk, cost and time to market in their compliance-based projects by focusing their efforts on what they do best – design good products – while leaving the tedious aspects of DO-254/DO-178C compliance to the professionals at Logicircuit.

We are partnering with Sital Technology, Ltd. to offer a DO-254 compliant version of their MIL-STD-1553 core(s) and potentially other cores in the future.

Meet the Executives

Joe Goode | Founder, President Logicircuit founder Joe Goode brings over 30 years of experience in the avionics electronics design industry. He co-pioneered one of the first color LCD displays (primary flight cockpit display) on a military aircraft and has since been involved in 40+ certification related projects. He holds seven US patents.

Tim Glover | Director of Engineering Tim has spent the last 20 years in software engineering, 15+ of which were focused exclusively on certification. Prior to joining Logicircuit, Tim was involved with 7 major and 22 minor DO-178 projects. Currently, Tim leads an engineering team of eleven.

Derek Greene | Chief Technical Officer Derek has spent his entire 15-year career focused on DO-254, Derek has managed projects spanning 10 aircraft platforms and 40+ IP Cores.  Derek has been involved in FPGA design/verification since his college days at Georgia Tech.  Currently, Derek is the “go to” for the engineering staff and customer support for all things DO-254 related.