Press Releases

March 14, 2017
March 14, 2017, Nuremberg, Germany; Embedded World Conference. Core Avionics & Industrial Inc. (CoreAVI) and NXP Semiconductors N.V.
March 14, 2017
March 9, 2017, Tampa, Florida. Core Avionics & Industrial Inc. (CoreAVI) and NXP Semiconductors N.V. announce today that they have reached agreement for CoreAVI to sell and support the S32V234 product family globally for safety critical display applications.
March 8, 2017
CoreAVI and VeriSilicon’s fully integrated OpenGL SC graphics driver and IP stack will be on display at Embedded World, Nuremburg, March 14 to 16 in VeriSilicon’s booth, Hall 3 booth 510.
December 7, 2016
Tampa, Florida December 6, 2016. Core Avionics & Industrial Inc. (“CoreAVI”) and Airbus DS Electronics and Border Security (EBS) have announced the completion of the integration of CoreAVI’s ArgusCore SC™ (OpenGL SC) graphics driver with Airbus DS Electronics and Border Security’s SFERION Mission System.  The final OpenGL SC driver delivery includes the complete RTCA DO-178C/EUROCAE ED-12C certification package as well as artifacts supporting RTCA DO-254/EUROCAE ED-80 safety certification of AMD Embedded Radeon™ GPUs.
May 30, 2016
CoreAVI announced today that its OpenGL SC driver suite for the AMD Radeon™ E8860 graphics processor has been selected and successfully integrated on ASELSAN’s new advanced mission computer product line and Turkey’s Sikorsky Aircraft's S-70i™ BLACK HAWK Helicopter.
April 20, 2016
The OpenGL SC 2.0 definition is the successful result of lengthy research and collaboration amongst members of Khronos’s safety critical working group. Building on the large number of worldwide customer deployments and successful avionics certifications using CoreAVI’s OpenGL SC 1.x drivers, CoreAVI’s new OpenGL SC 2.0 drivers allows their customers to take greater advantage of the performance gains by utilizing modern graphics processor shader engines while still maintaining the ability to achieve the highest levels of safety certification.
April 20, 2016
CoreAVI announces TrueCore™, a real-time software safety monitor designed to analyze and monitor the data integrity of advanced graphics processors and display controllers used in safety-critical display systems. TrueCore enables Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Design Assurance Level (DAL) A certification of systems using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) graphics processors and addresses the concerns in Certification Authority Software Team (CAST) Position Paper 29 - Use of COTS Graphical Processors (GCP) in Airborne Display Systems.
April 20, 2016
The Khronos™ Group, an open consortium of leading hardware and software companies, announces the immediate availability of the OpenGL ® SC 2.0 specification for bringing programmable graphics to systems that require system safety certification. The OpenGL SC 2.0 API specification has been developed by the Khronos Safety Critical working group to address the unique and stringent requirements of high reliability display system markets, including FAA DO-178C and EASA ED-12C Level A for avionics, and ISO 26262 safety standards for automotive.
April 20, 2016
Creative Electronic Systems (CES) announces the adoption of CoreAVI’s TrueCore technology, in the scope of its strategic partnership with CoreAVI. CES is currently integrating CoreAVI’s software GPU monitor, TrueCore, on its rugged GPU board: the VGP-2870. The integration of TrueCore on the VGP-2870 provides CES customers with a path to DAL-B certification (DO-254 / DO-178) for safety-critical video applications. Initially designed to comply with DAL-C, the VGP-2870 is a very powerful video processor board for system engineers and program managers looking to reduce cost, risk and development cycle of airborne display applications.
April 20, 2016
Aitech Defense Systems Inc. and CoreAVI will be exhibiting a demo of a high performance graphics system that captures images with an extremely low latency of two frames. All video throughput runs under VxWorks on a single core of a 12-core T4240 processor, keeping the remaining 11 cores free for other processing tasks. The system uses two high performance Aitech boards. The M596 graphics and video XMC is based on AMD’s flagship Radeon E8860 (Adelaar) GPU, with six independent graphics heads and UVD support for hardware-accelerated H.264/MPEG2/VC-1 video decoding.