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.
September 25, 2015
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.
June 22, 2015
CoreAVI’s real-time OpenGL driver suite and safety certification package for Intel® HD graphics enables high reliability customers access to popular Intel processors with a wide range of features and performance capabilities.
June 18, 2015
CoreAVI’s and Wind River’s solutions are successfully flying together in aircraft display systems by many of the world’s leading avionics manufacturers, such as Boeing, Airbus, Northrop Grumman, Honeywell and Cobham Aerospace. The latest collaboration and support for Intel® graphics architectures enables military, aerospace, automotive, medical, industrial, and other high reliability system manufactures to deploy Intel’s unique processor capabilities, including multi-core silicon and secure partitioning for DO-178C certified platforms.
February 24, 2015
Designed from the ground up to achieve FAA DO-178C / EASA ED-12C safety certification, fully integrated with CoreAVI’s industry leading OpenGL ES/SC driver product family and performance optimized for resource-constrained devices, the video decode driver solution is now being delivered and deployed in both airborne and ground control systems globally. CoreAVI’s fully thread safe video decode driver architecture allows the decoding of multiple independent and simultaneous compressed HD video streams
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
October 2, 2014
CoreAVI’s suite of OpenGL graphics drivers enables the efficient use of concurrent graphics applications, with multiple levels of security, running in guest operating systems on multicore processors. The integration of CoreAVI’s OpenGL driver suite, Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions’ VPX6-187 single board computer (SBC) and XMC-715 graphics modules, and ANSYS® SCADE Display HMI tool with Wind River VxWorks MILS provides the foundation for defense, aerospace, automotive, medical and industrial manufacturers to rapidly and cost effectively deploy high assurance and multilevel secure systems.
July 28, 2014
Freescale’s i.MX 6 series processor provides system manufacturers with an efficient power profile architecture that is ideal for very low-powered and advanced graphics for next generation panel-mount and portable avionics devices, cabin control and instrumentation displays. CoreAVI’s suite of i.MX 6 series OpenGL drivers are aligned with the latest FACE™ (Future Airborne Capability Environment) technical standards and are designed to support a wide range of different symmetric and asymmetric multicore processing configurations and multiple secure partitioned environments.
May 12, 2014
Boeing is the latest major avionics system manufacturer to take advantage of CoreAVI’s multi-platform, multi-program licensing and long term support that enables customers to maximize their investment in deploying GPU technologies.