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Business Manager’s Guide to Certification of Avionics Applications on Multi-core Processors


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Avionics systems have become increasingly complex as their size, weight, and power (SWaP) profiles have shrunk to meet stricter constraints, driving avionics applications to utilize multi-core-enabled platforms. For integrated modular avionics (IMA) systems, the standardized specification ARINC 653 enables the safe deployment of multiple applications on a single multi-core platform while maintaining complete system conformance to rigorous avionics safety standards such as DO-178C, DO-254, and DO-297. To learn more about the path to certification of an avionics application on multi-core processors, take a look at our guide to certification of avionics applications on multi-core processors.

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  • Best practices for certification of avionics applications on multi-core processors
  • Guidance for the use of multi-core processors and certification safety standards for avionics applications
  • How Wind River can help achieve certification of avionics applications using multi-core processors