Wind River, Collins Aerospace and the Multi-core Certification Journey

Wind River and Collins Aerospace Collaborate to Develop the World’s First Multi-core Design Safety Certified for Avionics on Multiple Cores. Learn more about the industry’s remarkable journey bringing multi-core processing to avionics systems and the challenges with DO-178C DAL A certification process.

  • The Road to Multi-core Certification - Collins Aerospace and Wind River5:29

    The Road to Multi-core Certification - Collins Aerospace and Wind River

    Avionics has transitioned from traditional federated systems to consolidated multi-core platforms executing multiple applications on a common hardware resource. Wind River® and Collins Aerospace...

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  • Better Together – A Community for Safety Certification on Multi-Core Processors

    Better Together – A Community for Safety Certification on Multi-Core Processors

    Throughout the industry, both civilian and military airworthiness certification/approval stakeholders are wrestling with the challenges of certifying systems based on MCPs. One of the primary...

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  • Civil Certification of Multi-core Processing Systems in Commercial Avionics

    Civil Certification of Multi-core Processing Systems in Commercial Avionics

    Many years ago, the first certified civil avionics software systems were monolithic, hosted on single core processors. Rockwell Collins provided industry leadership in developing and certifying...

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  • Plan with Confidence: Route to a Successful DO-178C Multi-Core Certification1:00

    Plan with Confidence: Route to a Successful DO-178C Multi-Core Certification

    You chose a multi-core processor platform for your next avionics system. Although this gives you a lot of potential benefits in terms of reduced costs, spares management and obsolescence, it also...

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