October 28, 2013
CoreAVI announced that it has developed and released graphics driver support for Wind River Hypervisor, part of the Wind River portfolio of trusted systems, which provides safety, security, and embedded virtualization capabilities used by the world’s leading manufacturers of aerospace and defense applications. Designed to support graphics systems utilizing multicore processors running multiple independent operating systems, CoreAVI’s suite of OpenGL graphics drivers for AMD Embedded Radeon™ graphics and system on chip processors enable high performance graphics capability in a variety of multi-display and multi-application environments utilizing multiple symmetric (SMP) and asymmetric (AMP) multi-processing operating system configurations.
October 26, 2013
CoreAVI will provide Honeywell with its suite of OpenGL graphics and H.264/MPEG2 video decode drivers that are designed to enable recently announced AMD graphics and system on chip (SOC) processors onto real time operating systems and safety critical platforms. This combination of state-of-the-art graphics processing technologies with CoreAVI’s graphic/video drivers enhances Honeywell’s ability to apply leading-edge visual effects, such as Synthetic Vision and radar image processing, to the Avionics market in a safe, efficient and cost effective manner.
October 7, 2013
Anticipated to be the first ever completed DO-178C project, CoreAVI offers a variety of certification packages for its OpenGL SC graphics drivers including support for EASA ED-12C and FAA DO-178C up to Design Assurance Level A. Fully integrated with industry-leading Wind River VxWorks® 653 Platform real-time operating system and aligned with the latest Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) technical specification, CoreAVI’s suite of safety critical OpenGL drivers, DO-178C and DO-254 component dataset, and 20 year component supply programs enables Cobham with a low risk, high performance, platform-scalable avionics graphics solution.
May 7, 2013
Avionics systems running Deos can now utilize the AMD Radeon™ E4690 GPU and CoreAVI driver to deliver high-performance embedded OpenGL 2D/3D graphics and streaming video in a scalable, certifiable, package. The CoreAVI software comes with a complete DO-178C Level A certification package, which is fully integrated with Deos.
April 23, 2013
CoreAVI has announced the development of embedded OpenCL drivers for the new AMD Embedded G-Series SOC processors (NYSE:AMD) in the milaero and high reliability markets. In addition, CoreAVI will enhance their existing OpenGL driver offering to support the AMD Embedded G-Series SOC family of products. CoreAVI’s OpenCL architecture will allow system manufacturers to take advantage of the heterogeneous and general purpose processing capabilities of AMD’s Radeon™ graphics processors (GPUs) and multicore system-on-a-chip (SOC) processors.
April 2, 2013
CoreAVI has joined as an active member of the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) Consortium, a managed consortium of The Open Group that is standardizing open standards solutions to avionics systems. CoreAVI continues its commitment to advance modular and interoperable open architecture avionics to deliver the most advanced and cost-effective embedded graphics solutions. As a supplier of software and hardware products developed to industry open standards such as the Khronos Group OpenGL ES and OpenCL, RTCA DO-178C, DO-254 and EASA ED-12C, CoreAVI adheres to the concept of interoperable standards and strict specifications.
March 22, 2013
CoreAVI, a closely aligned Value Added Reseller (VAR) of AMD components, will provide and support AMD’s Radeon E4690 GPU for use on Curtiss-Wright’s XMC-715 graphics controller XMC (VITA 42) mezzanine card as well as for future generations of AMD components for use on Curtiss Wright high performance graphics controllers. Support will be provided under CoreAVI’s Program Ready Components program. The program provides a high value service through proven capabilities for long term storage, extended temperature screening and testing with traceability to the original AMD source of supply and is independent of AMD’s production schedule.