Embedded OpenGL Drivers
OpenGL graphics driver libraries for Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS)
For graphics applications requiring safety certification and/or a high Technology Ready Level (TRL), CoreAVI’s suite of real-time and safety-critical OpenGL drivers provide a proven solution. CoreAVI’s wide range of OpenGL driver capabilities are a superset of Khronos, summarized in the following table:
|Embedded OpenGL Drivers||ArgusCore GL1.3||ArgusCore ES2||ArgusCore SC1||ArgusCore SC2|
|API||OpenGL 1.x||OpenGL ES2.0 + Extensions||OpenGL SC 1.0.1 + Extensions||OpenGL SC2.0 + Extensions|
|Architecture||Fixed Pipeline||Programmable Shaders||Fixed Pipeline||Programmable Shaders|
|Context Management||EGL 4.0||EGL 4.0||EGL 4.0||EGL 4.0|
|Integrated Video Capture API||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Avionics Certification||-||-||DO-178C DAL A||DO-178C DAL A|
|Automotive Certification||-||-||ISO 26262 ASIL D||ISO 26262 ASIL D|
|Railway Certification||-||-||EN 50128 SSIL 4||EN 50128 SSIL 4|
|FACE Aligned||General Profile||General Profile||Safety Profile||Safety Profile|
|Green Hills Software Integrity||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Lynx Software LynxOS
|Hypervisor Multicore (HyperCore™)||✓||✓||✓||✓|
All CoreAVI drivers are designed and developed from the ground up to ensure safety, reliability and security requirements can be fully met. We do not include open source or third-party software in any of our drivers.
To detect functional failures, a comprehensive suite of Built-In-Tests (BIT) are included with each ArgusCore™ OpenGL driver. The application can call an optimal set of BIT functionality for Power-on BIT (PBIT), Continuous BIT (CBIT) and Initiated BIT (IBIT) to achieve mission requirements.
In addition to the comprehensive BIT, CoreAVI specifically addresses concerns with displaying hazardously misleading information, as described in the Certification Authority Software Team (CAST) Position Paper 29 entitled “Use of COTS Graphical Processors (GCP) in Airborne Display Systems,” with a TrueCore™ safety monitor plug-in module.
Low-latency video-capture is supported when interfacing to video-capture hardware external to the GPU through built-in ArgusCore driver functions.
ArgusCore driver options include DecodeCore™ and EncodeCore™ for GPU video decoder and video encoder specific hardware accelerator support. Further information about DecodeCore and EncodeCore is available here.
CoreAVI’s growing list of GPU support includes AMD Radeon E4690, AMD Radeon E8860, AMD G Series, VIVANTE GC2000 to GC7000 graphics cores integrated with NXP’s i.MX6, i.MX8 and S32V product families, Intel HD4000, Intel HD5000 and latest generation.
For select GPUs, CoreAVI is a special value-added reseller addressing component obsolescence with 20+ year availability along with industrial temperature screening to address rugged operating environment requirements. Further information is available here.
Proven integration with popular human-machine interface tools such as ANSYS SCADE, Ensco Avionics’ iData, DiSTI GL Studio and Presagis VAPS XT to reduce risk and speed time to market.
Based on a highly modular architecture, CoreAVI can optimize for your specific applications and quickly adapt the OpenGL drivers to new hardware platforms, operating systems and even add unique specific features.
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DecodeCore: Driver enabling GPU hardware accelerated video decoding to decompress and multiple independent high definition video files and/or streams. For more information, click here: Product brief PDF