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


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 adds a layer of complexity in terms of safety certification.

Learn about the collaborative approach taken by Collins Aerospace and Wind River in the development of a multi-core avionics platform and COTS multi-core RTOS in order to achieve DO-178C DAL A safety certification on an FAA Program of Record.

Insider tips on:

  • Mapping unique challenges in use of multi-core processors in safety-critical avionics
  • Navigating avionics hardware and software certification policies
  • Complying with FAA CAST-32A objectives
  • Investigating and analyzing potential multicore interference channels
  • Achieving DO-178C DAL A safety certification on an FAA Program of Record
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