Core Avionics & Industrial Announces the Acquisition of OpenGL Graphics Driver Intellectual Property for a Range of Graphics Processors for use in Safety Critical Real Time Systems
CoreAVI announces the purchase of all residual intellectual property assets of ALT Software through ALT Software's bankruptcy proceedings in Canada, where ALT Software had been headquartered. This acquisition allows for support of legacy and future graphics systems based on these technologies and expands CoreAVI's existing line of OpenGL Graphics Driver products, resulting in the broadest offering in the industry.
Airbus Defence and Space to deploy CoreAVI's DO-178C certifiable graphics solutions in their latest high performance situational awareness display products utilizing AMD embedded Radeon(tm) graphics processors
Tampa, Florida, U.S. January 5, 2015. Airbus Defence and Space has selected Core Avionics & Industrial's (CoreAVI) AMD Embedded Radeon OpenGL SC and OpenGL ES 2.0 driver suite, DO-254 GPU and DO-178C driver certification packages to be used in their latest safety certified avionics display system for situational awareness application for commercial and military aviation. The high performance graphics processing system of Airbus Defence and Space includes support for real time operating systems and safety critical operation with OpenGL graphics and complete DO-254, DO-178C and ED-12C certification artifacts.
CoreAVI enables Wind River VxWorks MILS with advanced OpenGL graphics supporting multiple independent levels of security in a multicore system architecture
On display at MILCOM 2014 (Military Communications Conference) to be held October 6-8, 2014 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Wind River's booth #643, CoreAVI, Curtiss-Wright, ANSYS, and Wind River demonstrate advanced graphics capabilities based on their fully integrated multicore, multiple secure partition solutions running on Wind River VxWorks MILS Platform.
Boeing selects CoreAVI solutions to harness the high performance capabilities of AMD embedded Radeon(tm) graphics processors to be used in next generation advanced cockpit display systems
The Boeing Company has selected the combined graphics technologies from AMD (NYSE:AMD) and Core Avionics & Industrial (CoreAVI) to enable next generation high performance avionics cockpit display systems. Boeing is the latest major avionics system manufacturer to take advantage of CoreAVI multi-platform, multi-program licensing and long term support that enables customers to maximize their investment in deploying graphics processing technologies.
CoreAVI completes delivery of its OpenGL SC driver and DO-178C certification package to Cobham Aerospace Communications
For Immediate Release: Believed to be the first ever completed DO-178C project, CoreAVI completes delivery of its OpenGL SC driver and DO-178C certification package to Cobham Aerospace.