Mercury launches aircraft-ready OpenVPX modules

19 July 2021

Mercury Systems Inc., a developer of secure mission-critical technologies for aerospace and defense, has announced its new line of safety-certifiable 3U OpenVPX Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA)-aligned avionics modules designed to accelerate critical avionics applications and streamline subsystem development and platform safety certification.

Source: Mercury Systems Inc.Source: Mercury Systems Inc.The rugged processing, video, storage and power modules feature BuiltSAFE proven, modular commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) elements complete with hardware and software artifacts to deliver smooth performance and simplify integration. DO-178-certifiable developmental board support packages support Green Hills Software, Lynx Software Technologies, WindRiver and other real-time operating system software to streamline integration and the certification process.

The SBC3515-S module included in the new product lineup is the first certifiable Intel Core i7 single board computer with the latest generation processor on the market, delivering up to 40 times better performance than traditional safety-certifiable processing boards.

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