From Safety Critical Hardware to the Complete Safety Critical Platform
Core Avionics & Industrial Inc.’s (“CoreAVI”) story begins in 2005 with the launch of a related company, Channel One, in the United Kingdom. Channel One UK was founded with the aim of bridging the life-cycle gap between avionics systems and commercial semiconductors. Channel One achieved this and played a role in assisting major aviation corporations around the world to manage and maintain end-of-life electronic components for the production of safety critical avionics systems.
Channel One US is founded and is headquartered in Tampa, Florida to better serve its rapidly growing portfolio of US customers.
CoreAVI was formed in 2011 to offer combined safety critical OpenGL graphics and video driver products with graphics processors. CoreAVI’s overlapping expertise in hardware and software allowed it to rapidly grow into a trusted supplier to avionics, military, and industrial system designers around the world. CoreAVI expanded to support many of the industry’s leading graphics hardware platforms from suppliers such as Intel, AMD, and NXP with a portfolio of RTCA DO-178C/EUROCAE ED-12C OpenGL drivers and DO-254 certification artifacts. CoreAVI’s software products are compatible with all major real-time operating systems including those from DDC-I, Wind River, Green Hills, Lynx Technologies, QNX, SYSGO, as well as many proprietary systems.
In 2017, CoreAVI expanded into the COTS hardware market, creating safety critical COTS-D (or COTS-Design) hardware IP. With COTS-D, CoreAVI introduced a unique way for customers to reduce their risk, time to market, and overall costs.
2019 – Present
In 2019, CoreAVI extended its product portfolio to include VkCore SC, a safety critical graphics and compute driver based on Khronos’ Vulkan API that supports GPU compute technologies, enabling customers to harness the full capabilities of graphics processing and advanced computing, all in one API. Along with VkCore SC, CoreAVI has released its ComputeCore safety critical compute libraries to enable accelerated computing capabilities and autonomous systems.
The breadth and depth of CoreAVI’s product line allows system designers to procure their entire safety critical platform from one vendor while achieving the correct level of performance, and the right features, for virtually any safety critical application. As a result, CoreAVI has grown to provide state of the art technology to more than 155 major aerospace and defense programs in over 25 countries around the globe. CoreAVI is also bringing its successful avionics technology to the automotive, high-speed rail, and industrial IoT markets. To serve these industries, CoreAVI has achieved ISO 26262 product compliance and our developments are based on the functional safety principles of IEC61508.
For customers requiring safety-critical systems, CoreAVI is the partner of choice.
- Recipient of Khronos standards compliance: OpenGL SC1 on VkCore SC (January 2020)
- First to release safety critical GPU compute libraries for autonomous systems (January 2020)
- First to provide DO-178C safety critical Vulkan graphics and compute driver support for AMD E9171 GPU and NXP i.MX 8 SoC (February 2019)
- Voted Chair of Khronos’ Vulkan SC working group (February 2019)
- First to engineer safety critical VkCore SC libraries based on Khronos’ Vulkan API to support both compute and graphics; endorsed by NASA. (September 2018)
- First and only GPU compute RTOS driver deployed for autonomous avionics defensive systems. (January 2018)
- Winner of Military and Aerospace Electronics 2017 Innovators Platinum Award for joint UAV ground station solution with Wind River and Presagis. (November 2017)
- First to provide Future Airborne Capability Environment (“FACE”) EGL graphics compositor; endorsed by the US Army. (October 2017)
- First to offer avionics DO-254 DAL A certifiable COTS hardware IP. (October 2017)
- First to provide newest generation safety certifiable graphics/ArgusCore SC 2 (OpenGL SC 2) with certifiable programmable GPU shaders. (April 2016)
- First to revolutionize GPU monitoring systems for safety certified cockpit display systems by displacing FPGAs with CoreAVI’s TrueCore (software-only) solution. (March 2016)
Damian B. Fozard | CEO & Founder
Damian Fozard, CEO & Founder of CoreAVI, is a technology-loving, problem solver who wants to answer the tricky, interesting questions. This inquisitiveness combined with over 25 years in software and business development has helped Damian and his team to develop real-time safety critical graphics and compute drivers for military and avionics applications. Over 155 major aerospace and defense programs in more than 25 countries operate CoreAVI’s award-winning safety critical technologies.
After starting his career at Xerox, Damian left the corporate world for a life of entrepreneurship focusing on innovative and demanding fields. His ventures have covered diverse applications from cryptographic and security systems, through workflow and document management, to embedded safety technologies. In the early days of his career, Damian’s skills in security and cryptography welcomed invitations to hack and probe many of the early internet banking and government systems. Damian was a technology consultant on several pieces of legislation that laid the foundation for internet commerce.
Damian holds a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton, UK.
Damian believes that the autonomous safety industry demands constant innovation and he is proud that he and CoreAVI are a part of that revolution.
Dan Joncas | Chief Sales and Marketing Officer
Dan Joncas is responsible for global sales, business development and marketing at CoreAVI. With over 25 years of sales and marketing experience, Dan has enabled leading customers in the military, aerospace, automotive and industrial markets with real-time safety-critical systems and compute technologies, as well as facilitated strategic partnerships with leading technology manufacturers and their suppliers in Europe, North America, and Asia. Dan joined CoreAVI in 2011 and has built an international, high-achieving sales and marketing force who capitalize on long term growth opportunities and excel at driving innovation.
Prior to joining CoreAVI, Dan worked in a number of sales and business development roles, including serving as Vice President of Sales and Marketing at ALT Software, which pioneered COTS safety certifiable graphics device drivers that enabled the widespread deployment of commercial graphics processors into safety certified civil aviation cockpit and helped transition automotive to advanced display systems. Dan has an honours BA in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Waterloo; a Master of Education, Business and Organizational Development from the University of Toronto; and a Master in Business Administration, Information Technology from Athabasca University.
Gary Taiariol | Chief Operating Officer
Gary Taiariol is a member of the Executive Leadership team of CoreAVI and is responsible for day-to-day operations. Gary joined CoreAVI in 2015 as Chief Financial Officer and was promoted to Chief Operating Officer in 2018, while also maintaining his CFO responsibilities.
Prior to joining CoreAVI, Gary spent over 25 years in financial, operational and sales leadership roles. He has held a number of executive positions within Fortune 500 companies including ING Group as Chief Financial and Administrative Officer, Equifax as Senior Vice President, and NovaCare as Director of Finance. Gary began his professional career in the auditing department of KPMG Peat Marwick.
Gary is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from The University of Scranton. Gary is very active in his community and has held a number of leadership positions with community organizations including his current role as President of the Great Valley Basketball League.
Laurence E. Pappas | General Counsel/Executive Vice President
Larry joined CoreAVI as Executive Vice President and General Counsel in 2011 after working two years as VP/GC for an electronics component supplier. Prior to entering the electronics industry, Larry was in private law practice in New York concentrating on civil litigation matters, contracts, and real estate transactions and development. Before entering private practice, Larry was a foreign associate with a Japanese law firm in Tokyo. Larry began his career as a commodities trader for the Japanese trading firm Mitsui & Co. in New York. Larry holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Maryland School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations and Asian Studies from Tufts University. He is admitted to practice law in New York, Washington, D.C., Massachusetts, Florida and various federal courts.
Neil Stroud | Vice President, Business Development
Neil Stroud joined CoreAVI in November 2020 and is responsible for business development. He has spent over 25 years in the semiconductor industry in technical, commercial, sales and strategy roles. For the past 15 years Neil has been an industry leader in the functional safety domain working closely with the ecosystem, customers, and partners across the automotive, industrial, avionics and transportation segments to build a safer world.
Neil has held various positions in world class corporations including Samsung, NEC, PMC-Sierra and Intel. Immediately prior to joining CoreAVI, Neil worked at Arm, during which time his roles included Senior Director of Technology Strategy where he led a team focused on functional safety, security, machine learning and real-time compute for the automotive and IoT business unit. Most recently, he had been leading the activities in industrial automation, robotics and industrial IoT.
Neil studied Electronic Engineering at Leicester Polytechnic and has spent time living in the UK, Germany, Sweden and most recently the United States.
Michael Pyne | Director Strategic Accounts & Solutions Architect
Mike’s role as Director Strategic Accounts & Solutions Architect at CoreAVI allows him to bring together the rapidly evolving world of “open” software infrastructures with the safety critical requirements of both manned, pilot assisted, and autonomous platforms. Mike has over 40 years of experience in Defense and Aerospace markets. Previously, as an engineering fellow with Honeywell, Mike developed cockpit architectures and systems for a variety of airborne defense platforms like the F-15, F-16, F/A-18, C-130, OH-58D, CH-47, and the V-22. Mike’s focus on all of these platforms was in using open system architectures for high reliability/mission critical roles in rugged military environments.
Mike is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has a BSEE from Brigham Young University, and holds two patents in the area of sensor processing.
Gregory Sikkens | Director Safety Solutions Architect
Gregory Sikkens is responsible for defining new and innovative DO-178C, DO-254 and ISO 26262 safety critical platform solutions and guides customers, product management and sales. Gregory joined CoreAVI in 2016 following 30+ years with Curtiss-Wright where he was the Senior Product Manager responsible for graphics, DO-254, Arm SBCs and mass storage. During this time Gregory gained recognition as a subject matter expert in graphics, testing, reliability, FPS 140-2 and common criteria security and DO-178B/DO-254 development.
Gregory has a strong background in test engineering, reliability engineering, maintainability engineering, ILS, quality assurance, embedded software development, embedded hardware development, product management and was deeply involved in DO-178B and DO-254 process definition and projects. This broad experience enables Gregory to bring unique perspectives to safety critical platform solutions. Developing strong relationships with customers and partners is important to Gregory, where he strives to bring true collaboration to maximize the benefits for all parties.
Gregory received a diploma (CO-OP) in Microcomputer Engineering Technology from St. Lawrence College of Applied Arts and Technology (Cornwall), a Bookkeeping Certificate (with honours) from Algonquin College, and has completed general studies towards Business Administration at the University of Ottawa. Gregory is based in Ottawa, Canada.
John Hughel | Director of Sales, Military Acquisitions
John joined CoreAVI in 2020 as Director of Sales, Military Acquisitions. John has served in a multitude of civil and military aviation roles spanning over 35 years and has amassed an expansive and diverse background with 30,000 flight hours of military, commercial airline and corporate aviation safety and flight standardization experience. John participated in several key standardization roles as an FAA Flight Examiner/Chief Pilot for Southwest Airlines (Boeing 737-200, 300, 500, 700 and 800) as well as operational roles in the United States Air Force flying F-16s and A-10s.
John joined Honeywell Defense & Space in 2017 and was responsible for expanding market share within the Military Integrated Avionics portfolio. John was instrumental in shaping defense aftermarket strategies, gathering key customer VOC, and driving internal change management which enabled significant growth in defense aftermarket sales and margin. John most recently led the Flight Test department as Chief Test Pilot and was responsible for new product flight test with a team of 16 test pilots and 12 aircraft, including the Titan Avionics product development housing CoreAVI’s product.
John’s formal education is in Biology and Physics from Indiana University. Based in Phoenix, he is married with four children.
Daniel Brown | EMEA Sales Director
Daniel Brown is the EMEA Sales Director for CoreAVI. With over 25 years of experience in the technology sector, Daniel has worked both as a commercial and technical manager on embedded safety, security and communications systems across the aerospace, rail, automotive and industrial sectors with Bombardier Transportation, Green Hills Software and Intersil. As Sales Director at CoreAVI, Daniel works with customers in safety critical avionics, military and other industries, focusing on GPU compute, graphics software, and hardware design projects to ensure customers receive high reliability solutions for certifiable programs up to DAL A, SIL4 and ASIL D.
After living in Australia, Daniel obtained his degrees in Physics (Oxford Brookes), Information Technology (University of Keele) and Business (University of Bath) in the UK. He holds both UK and Belgian nationality and is based in the Netherlands.
Jim Susko | Sales Director, Eastern US
Jim is Sales Director at CoreAVI for the Eastern North American territory. He is responsible for cultivating customer relationships, as well as fostering business development, and implementing growth strategies. He has been with CoreAVI since January 2018 and has successfully engaged in multiple military and avionics projects including the Lockheed Martin F-35 program.
Jim brings over 20 years of engineering and technology sales experience in real-time embedded industries such as communications, industrial, avionics and defense. He has held key roles as Territory Account Manager, Strategic Account Manager and Regional Sales Manager at technology leaders including SMC, Hitachi, Broadcom and Wind River Systems, where he was recognized for sales success in the company’s President’s Club Awards program. Jim possesses great expertise in understanding his customers’ requirements and providing insight on both technical and business strategies. He prides himself on his ability to effectively collaborate with partners and adjacent technology providers to mitigate program risks and shortened program schedules.
Jim has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology with a concentration in computer system design. He is based out of New Jersey.
Tom Wagen | Sales Director, Western US
Tom Wagen covers the Western United States as Sales Director for CoreAVI and is one of CoreAVI’s FACE and SOSA designated representatives. He brings 35 years of computer industry experience with more than 30 years dedicated to advanced technologies in medical imaging, scientific visualization, entertainment, and various application segments within aerospace and defense markets. He has held positions in field sales, sales management, business development, and general management and was instrumental in establishing the early market for artificial intelligence with Symbolics. Tom also established sales for Pixar and while there created relationships with Lockheed, Boeing, NASA, JPL, Sun Microsystems, SGI, IBM, TRW, as well as many other defense-related entities. Tom worked as Marketing Manager of MCC in Austin, where he drove business development efforts for the consortium, the first of its kind in the U.S.
Now based in Phoenix, Tom has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Marquette University.
Frederick Chiang | APAC Sales Director
Frederick Chiang joined CoreAVI in 2019 as a Sales Director for Asia Pacific and is responsible for the business development and growth in the region. Frederick is a highly motivated aviation professional with over 30 years experience working within defence, commercial aviation and military aviation with an in-depth knowledge about avionics, aeronautical communications, aviation software applications, simulations and motion control from Rockwell Collins, Curtiss-Wright and Moog.
Based in Singapore, Frederick is currently pursuing his MBA in Global Business with Coventry University.
As a global leader in the field, Abaco’s open architecture products are built to will withstand the rigors or the harshest environment, and with tamper-resistant, secure boot, memory sanitization, provide maximum security against data misuse. Abaco offers product lifecycle management to mitigate the risk from components or products going end-of-life.
“Airbus Defence and Space has designed a turnkey safety certifiable graphics display system designed to enable rapid deployment and safety critical avionics certification… Utilizing CoreAVI’s suite of OpenGL graphics drivers, the display product of Airbus Defence and Space offers highly scalable power-performance configurations to address a wide range of display applications for helicopters and aircraft.”
Aitech offers military and space-qualified, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) embedded computing products for rugged defense, aerospace and astronautics (space) applications, as well as radiation tolerant and full MIL-SPEC solutions. CoreAVI’s products have been selected by AITECH and are integrated with a number of AITECH graphics and video computing products, including their M595, M596, M597, and M598 modules.
“CoreAVI’s OpenGL SC 2.0 product is another example of CoreAVI deviling world class technology to those using AMD processors in the avionics and high reliability markets,” said Stephen Turnbull, director of embedded vertical segments, AMD. “CoreAVI continues to be a valuable technical partner to support our avionics customers that require graphics and video on embedded safety critical platforms.”
CoreAVI is an AMD Value Added Reseller to the military and aerospace markets. CoreAVI”s temperature screened versions of AMD Radeon TM embedded discrete GPUs are utilized worldwide by CoreAVI’s avionics customers, providing exceptional rich graphics and video functionality ideal for enabling high-performance graphics in safety critical cockpit display systems
“Fully integrated and optimized with CoreAVI’s OpenGL graphics drivers, the joint product suites are ready to be used in a wide range of security- and safety-critical systems, including RTCA DO-178C, EN50128, and IEC 61508 standards.”
Esterel Technologies is a wholly owned subsidiary of ANSYS, providing model-based development solutions for safety-critical systems and software engineers, reducing cost, risk, and certification time. Esterel and CoreAVI work together to provide joint solutions to military, aerospace, and high reliable system manufacturers, for high performance embedded graphics HMI applications.
Arm technology is at the heart of a computing and connectivity revolution that is transforming the way people live and businesses operate. Our advanced, energy-efficient processor designs have enabled intelligent computing in more than 130 billion chips. More than 70% of the world’s population are using Arm technology, which is securely powering products from the sensor to the smartphone to the supercomputer. This technology combined with our IoT software and end-to-end connectivity, device and data management platform enables customers to derive real business value from their connected devices and data. Together with our 1,000+ technology partners we are at the forefront of designing, securing and managing all areas of compute from the chip to the cloud.
“Boeing, the world leader in aircraft technology development, is utilizing the leading edge capabilities of AMD Embedded Radeon™ graphics processing units (GPUs) and CoreAVI’s highly efficient embedded and safety critical drivers to enhance visual effects designed to increase situational awareness, safety and aircraft effectiveness. The state-of-the art AMD graphics processing technologies are supported on real time operating systems and safety critical platforms by CoreAVI with OpenGL drivers and complete DO-178C certification artifacts.“
The Boeing Company is well known for being the world’s largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems worldwide. CoreAVI proudly supplies Boeing with safety critical OpenGL, video encode and video decode drivers, enabling next generation high performance avionics cockpit display systems to enhance visual effects designed to increase situational awareness, safety and aircraft effectiveness.
“Cobham carefully evaluated the OpenGL software drivers and GPUs available on the market and we selected CoreAVI’sI extended temperature screened AMD Radeon GPU and OpenGL drivers for its power-performance scalability and proven market adoption.”
With over 10,000 employees spanning five continents, Cobham is the world’s leading supplier of critical control solutions. CoreAVI provides Cobham with its advanced graphics products and complete DO-178C certification packages that allows Cobham to deliver scalable interoperable graphics display systems to its customers worldwide that may be enhanced and supported for many years. CoreAVI’s DO-178C OpenGL driver certification package that was successfully delivered to Cobham was believed to be the first DO-178C/ED-12C completed graphics project.
“CoreAVI is Curtiss-Wright’s technology partner to enable our rugged graphics modules and single board computers with advanced real time OpenGL, video libraries, and avionics safety certification. Their first to market OpenGL SC 2.0 product family is a welcome addition to the range of CoreAVI products we already support for deployed applications, thus expanding the vastly growing number of products selected by Curtiss-Wright for deployment for real-time critical and safety certifiable applications.”
Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions is a leading technology and integration partner in the development of rugged electronic modules and systems for aerospace and defense applications. Curtiss-Wright works closely with customers to provide a full range of advanced, highly engineered solutions, from modular open systems approaches, to fully application-specific optimized solutions. CoreAVI’s program-ready solutions have been selected by Curtiss-Wright to support their graphics display products; this includes 20 year supply programs, OpenGL drivers for RTOS, DO-178C/DO-254 certification packages, integration, and support. Some of the CoreAVI-supported rugged graphics products Curtiss-Wright offers include the popular graphics modules XMC-715, VPX3-716, VPX3-717, VPX3-718, and VPX3-719.
“Safety-critical avionics developers utilizing Deos can now take full advantage of CoreAVI’s versatile high-performance display capabilities with a “program ready” AMD RadeonTM GPU that is pre-screened for extended temperature mil-aero applications and comes with a 20+ year component supply guarantee.”
DDC-I provides complete solutions for embedded software developers worldwide. DDC-I offers real-time operating systems, software development tools, custom software development services, and legacy software system modernization solutions, primarily focusing on mission- and safety-critical applications. CoreAVI’s embedded OpenGL graphics and video drivers and avionics safety certification products supports DDC-I Deos’s Real Time Operating System.
“CoreAVI, the world’s leading supplier of real time and safety critical graphics and video drivers, are partnered with Disti to deliver the very first ISO 26262 certified OpenGL driver to the automotive market. Delivery of this certified driver furnishes the final piece of a comprehensive certified software solution for automotive user interface development.”
DiSTI is a global leader in the development of User Interface software for businesses, governments and the military. The company’s flagship product, GL Studio, enables programmers and developers to build high-fidelity graphics, 3D simulations and fully interactive controls into their models, enhancing the level of realism and sophistication, while improving learning and retention. More than 500 customers worldwide, including BAE, Boeing, Dassault, FedEx, Lockheed Martin, Honeywell, Raytheon and Thales, use DiSTI solutions to build maintenance trainers, create PC and Internet-based courseware and to develop components for safety-critical applications.
In 1987, EIZO (formerly Tech Source Inc.) was one of the first corporations to delve in world of high performance computer graphics hardware solutions for niche markets. Today, EIZO serves commercial, defence, and other rugged markets including Air Traffic Control/Management, avionics, military and embedded systems. EIZO focuses on several COTS products, as well as solutions tailored to the needs of the customer; with a product line ranging from graphics, imaging and video capture boards to H.264 encoders and high compression video recorders.
ENSCO Avionics offers mission- and safety-critical engineering, software, hardware engineering, and synthetic vision systems for the aerospace industry. ENSCO Avionics supports solutions for all stages of system life cycle from development through to certification. CoreAVI’s embedded OpenGL graphics drivers and iData HMI product have been certified together in DAL A avionics display systems. The products are integrated with the IData Tool Suite and enable IData graphics applications to run in hardware accelerated graphics environments, on real time and safety critical platforms, for commercial and military applications.
HENSOLDT is a leading global supplier of premium sensors for security and surveillance missions. Capitalising on more than a hundred years of experience in high-performance technology, we are the world market leader for missile warning systems and submarine periscopes. Moreover, HENSOLDT is well represented in the market for radar systems, optronics and electronic protection systems.
The company was formed from Airbus’ defence electronics activities, which were spun off from the Airbus Group in 2017 and have now entered the market together with the former Airbus DS Optronics as a new sensor house under the brand name of HENSOLDT. CoreAVI partners with HENSOLDT to provide the safety critical drivers and the world’s first 4K safety certifiable video output for HENSOLDT’s Centrion Mission Computer.
“Honeywell is pleased to extend our alliance with CoreAVI into the next generation of graphics accelerators. The partnership has been important in achieving unique and important features that differentiate Honeywell in the marketplace. We fully expect to continue leveraging CoreAVI products to develop and deliver next generation high-integrity, scalable, and interoperable graphics display system to our customers”
Thousands of Honeywell Aerospace products and services are found on virtually every commercial, defense and space aircraft worldwide. CoreAVI and Honeywell have formed a strategic alliance to advance avionics cockpit display technologies for deployment into aerospace, and other high reliability applications. Since 2006, CoreAVI has been providing Honeywell with its suite of graphics products to enable Honeywell with the latest graphics technologies to develop next generation high-integrity, scalable, and interoperable graphics display technologies.
For over 30 years, customers have entrusted Lynx Software Technologies to solve their most challenging safety-critical software challenges. This includes real-time operating systems, secure hypervisors and software frameworks. We focus on accelerating the way customers create, certify and deploy mission-critical platforms and have partnered with CoreAVI to ensure their innovative, trusted graphics drivers run optimally on Lynx’s DO-178-certified operating system.
NXP Semiconductors enables secure connections for a smarter world, advancing solutions that make lives easier, better, and safer. As the world leader in secure connectivity solutions for embedded applications, NXP is driving innovation in the automotive, industrial & IoT, mobile, and communication infrastructure markets. Built on more than 60 years of combined experience and expertise, the company has approximately 29,000 employees in more than 30 countries and posted revenue of $8.88 billion in 2019. Find out more at www.nxp.com.
Presagis is a global leader providing modeling, simulation, and embedded software solutions to the aerospace, defense and critical infrastructure markets. Modern cockpit designers are increasingly adopting the ARINC 661 architecture, and are starting to deploy touch and gesture as the preferred means of human interaction. Presagis’ technology, developed in conjunction with major aircraft OEMs, provides leading-edge capabilities to help you develop such products.
Presagis has been delivering first in-class cockpit graphics design tools for the last 30 years and more than 15 years delivering DO-178-certifiable solutions. We provide the tools and services necessary to bring your new products to market fast, and with reduced risk. Our latest generation of tools combine the reliability you need for mission- and safety-critical graphics development with leading-edge technology developed for modern cockpit graphics.
SYSGO specializes in operating system technology, middleware, and software services designed for the embedded and real-time market. PikeOS, SYSGO’s Safe and Secure Virtualization (SSV) product, differentiates SYSGO in the market, and operates as both a Real Time Operating System and a Hypervisor. PikeOS is built on a fast, safe, and secure microkernel, supporting co-existence of independent operating system personalities on a single platform. SYSGO offers a global distribution and support network for its primary market, including Aerospace & Defense, Industrial Automation, Automotive, Railway, Medical, and Security.
Rapita Systems provides on-target software verification tools and services globally to the embedded aerospace and automotive electronics industries. The Rapita Verification Suite (RVS) includes tooling for authoring and managing tests (RapiTest), execution time analysis (RapiTime), structural coverage analysis (RapiCover) and task scheduling visualization (RapiTask). Rapita have successfully supported some of the world’s best-known aerospace and automotive companies with their verification and DO-178C/ISO 26262 certification. Rapita also provide bespoke engineering services and solutions to customers globally, including pioneering work on the verification of multicore systems (“CAST-32A Compliance”) and GPU platforms.