ENSCO Avionics to showcase an end-to-end safety-critical display environment at AEE in Munich

ENSCO Avionics, a leading supplier of safety- and mission-critical software and programmable hardware engineering solutions, display application development, tailored synthetic vision applications, integration test solutions, and the IData Tool Suite, will be participating in the Aviation Electronics Europe (AEE) show in Munich, Germany, June 19-20.

In Booth A-11, ENSCO Avionics certifiable IData Tool Suite with IDataMap will be used with Lynx Software Technologies’ LynxOS-178 RTOSto demonstrate an end-to-end safety-critical embedded system for HMI displays, running on a Curtiss Wright VPX-131/XMC-715 processor and graphics combination, and with CoreAVI’s certifiable OpenGL drivers.

IData is an advanced, commercial-off-the-shelf, Human Machine Interface (HMI) software development toolkit for creating and deploying embedded software display applications. Architected with the same philosophy as the ARINC 661 specification, IData is a single integrated display design solution with a data driven architecture, platform independent, high performing, and certifiable to DO-178C DAL A. IData offers a rich set of advanced features with seamless integrations for 2-D and 3-D digital moving maps and 3-D views to design powerful and functional HMI applications that can run on a number of target platforms.

The AEE conference brings together hundreds of individuals from around the world to participate in presentations and discussions from international industry expert speakers. Conference topics include mandates and regulations and how they impact the industry and supply chain; evolution of the European Institutional Framework; advances in ATM, navigation and surveillance; integrated systems and connectivity; and disruptive technologies and trends such as artificial intelligence. Workshops will address operations and safety, operating systems and architecture, and hardware/software challenges, including DO-154 and DO-178C.

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