The latest generation multi-core processors deliver high-performance compute and advanced security features, which can be used with real-time operating systems to meet safety and regulatory requirements for avionics systems. The FAA CAST-32A position paper defines objectives for the use of multicore processors in avionics systems. Intel and Wind River experts will discuss the roles of hardware and software suppliers and application developers in meeting AMC 20-193 (previously CAST-32A) objectives, including how the newest Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Core™ processors for high-performance, safety-critical avionics solutions combined with Wind River VxWorks and Helix Platform can bring the benefits of real-time capabilities for performance, safety, security and reliability to avionics systems, equipment and operations.
Attend an online web seminar to hear Intel and Wind River expert discuss:
• Highlight how Intel Xeon D and Intel Core processors can be used in the development of high-performance, safety-critical avionics solutions
• New multi-core Intel Xeon and Intel Core processors with Wind River software can deliver avionics performance, memory capacity, and time-sensitive networking (TSN) technology to avionics
• How AMC 20-193 focus on multi-core processor aspects could impact safety and how to address via planning, resource usage, software verification, error detection, handling and reporting
• Outline how Wind River VxWorks and Helix Platform bring the benefits of real-time capabilities for performance, safety, security and reliability to next-gen avionics systems
• Support for DO-254 DAL C and DO-254 DAL A and DO-178C safety certifications
James Coleman is a principle engineer at Intel Corporation. He received an M.S. in Computer Science from Arizona State University. His current research involves real-time architectural features for embedded processors and real-time applications...
Alex Wilson obtained a BSc(Eng) in Electrical Engineering from Imperial College, London in 1986. Prior to Wind River, Alex worked at British Aerospace on Automated Test Equipment and as a Field Applications Engineer (FAE) for Motorola Computer...
EVP & Group Editorial Director, Military Embedded Systems
John is Executive Vice President & Group Editorial Director of Military Embedded Systems, SOSA Special Edition, and VITA Technologies. He has covered the aerospace and defense electronics industry for more than 25 years. During that time John has...