AUVSI’S UNMANNED SYSTEMS
, a world leader in embedded and mobile software, has announced that the total number of Wind River VxWorks
653 Platform design wins has reached 300 programs, advancing the product's industry leadership and customer momentum.
VxWorks 653, a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) platform for delivering safety-critical, integrated modular avionics (IMA) applications, is used by more than 165 customers on over 60 aircraft.
Part of the Wind River portfolio of trusted systems, VxWorks 653 delivers a stringent IMA foundation for companies to address the safety, security, portability, and reusability requirements of global avionics applications. In addition, the widespread adoption of the IMA architecture has played a key role in propelling the growth of VxWorks 653 beyond avionics systems, and into industrial and transportation systems.
Backed by a comprehensive set of COTS certification evidence, the platform delivers complete ARINC 653 Part 1, Supplement 2 conformance and expands the ARINC 653 XML configuration capabilities to enable a true multi-vendor platform that supports fully independent RTCA DO-297 and EUROCAE ED-124 IMA supplier sourcing. It also provides DO-178C Level A certification evidence that can be used in the certification efforts of global airborne systems, rail transportation systems and industrial systems.
For more than three decades, Wind River has been a trusted advisor in the development of safety and mission-critical products. VxWorks 653 serves as a key technology in a wide range of commercial, space, safety and mission-critical programs, both manned and unmanned, around the globe. These include Airbus and Boeing commercial and military aircraft such as the Airbus A400M and Boeing 787, NASA space vehicles, as well as advanced autonomous vehicles such as the nEUROn.
VxWorks 653 provides a trusted foundation for IMA architectures, not only in hundreds of avionics applications, but increasingly in industrial, transportation, and space systems.