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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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  • Wind River Helps Collins Aerospace Future-proof Avionics Systems

    Wind River Helps Collins Aerospace Future-proof Avionics Systems

    Future airspace will be filled with drones, commercial aircraft, helicopters, and more. Several prototypes are currently targeting urban air mobility solutions such as air taxis, or revolutionary...

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  • Collins Aerospace and Wind River Demo1:05

    Collins Aerospace and Wind River Demo

    Take a sneak peek of the Collins Aerospace MFD-4068 multi-function display. This demonstration shows a helicopter primary flight display (PFD) with synthetic vision system (SVS) running...

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  • SSS’19 Update: AI/ML, autonomy and multi-core safety certification

    SSS’19 Update: AI/ML, autonomy and multi-core safety certification

    Wind River recently participated in the Safety-critical Systems Symposium (SSS’19) held in Bristol, UK. This year’s conference achieved a record-level number of delegates,...

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  • The Future of AI/ML in Avionics

    The Future of AI/ML in Avionics

    It may sound like science fiction, but technologies enabling drone-based delivery systems, self-flying air taxis, and e-enabled aircraft are already here.

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  • 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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  • Diving Deeper into Multi-core Certification Activities

    Diving Deeper into Multi-core Certification Activities

    In the recent Wind River and Collins Aerospace joint webinar “Plan with Confidence: Route to a Successful DO-178C Multi-Core Certification”, we discussed a number of topics...

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  • Civil Certification of Multi-core Processing Systems in Commercial Avionics0:39

    Civil Certification of Multi-core Processing Systems in Commercial Avionics

    Read how Rockwell Collins and Wind River have worked together toward the certification of the T2080 processor: https://resources.windriver.com/wind-river-rockwell-collins/civil-certification-of-multi

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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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  • Introducing Collins Aerospace1:32

    Introducing Collins Aerospace

    Bringing together UTC Aerospace Systems and Rockwell Collins, Collins Aerospace has the capabilities, comprehensive portfolio and expertise to solve customers’ toughest challenges...

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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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  • From System Design to Certification: Wind River Helps Collins Aerospace Reduce the Risk of Multi-core Certification

    From System Design to Certification: Wind River Helps Collins Aerospace Reduce the Risk of Multi-core Certification

    RTCA DO-178C / EUROCAE ED-12C safety certification is a crucial step for safety-critical avionics software programs, but for many program managers and software leads it still...

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  • Wind River and Collins Aerospace Bring Open Architectures from Planning to Production

    Wind River and Collins Aerospace Bring Open Architectures from Planning to Production

    Although many military aircraft suppliers, armed services, and government organizations have been promoting Open Architecture (OA) and Modular Open Systems Architecture (MOSA) for...

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  • Engineer complex, connected systems for safety, security, and reliability

    Engineer complex, connected systems for safety, security, and reliability

    The challenging threat environment is altering the way software and hardware engineers build aerospace and defense systems. An industry veteran and security expert imparts advice on engineering...

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  • Multi-core systems: 5 stages of grief

    Multi-core systems: 5 stages of grief

    The avionics industry of the past decade has been characterized by rapid technology acceleration, as the vision of the connected cockpit is becoming an everyday reality. Fueled by...

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  • VxWorks 653: When Safety Matters1:25

    VxWorks 653: When Safety Matters

    With a proven track record of more than 220 customers across 440 programs in more than 80 civilian and military aircraft, VxWorks 653 is driving the transition to software-defined systems.

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  • Computing & Networks

    Computing & Networks

    With an increasing sophistication of flight missions combined with tighter budgetary restrictions, today's military is placing more demand on avionics systems to deliver higher performance...

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  • Software Reuse in Avionics: A FACE Approach

    Software Reuse in Avionics: A FACE Approach

    This paper sets forth the challenges surrounding the transition to open architecture designs and the positive technical and business impact on the avionics industry.

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