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 EXHIBITORS             9:30 am - 4:00 pm in South Hall   (Exhibit Booth Layout at end)

Abaco Systems

(Booth 17)

Abaco will demonstrate the Electronic Warfare Planning and Management Tool (EWPMT) Army tactical application running on the SBC3511, a 3UVPX single board computer aligned to CMOSS and SOSA standards.

Ampro ADlink Technology

(Booth 20)

ADlink will be demonstrating our FACE Conformant TSS (Transport Service Segment) software in a live aircraft tracking system using the recently mandated ADS-B data model. Our live demo will track aircraft and visualize their locations in real-time from a real time fixed location ADS-B receiver located in the Atlanta, Georga Airspace. We will also demonstrate interoperability with one or more of the other TSS vendors.

Air Force Life Cycle Management Center

(Booth 42)

AFLCMC will be providing a Tri-Service Open Architecture Interoperability Demonstration (TSOA-ID) running on a hardware chassis aligned with the SOSA Standard. This demonstration will consist of a 19-slot Herrick Technology Labs chassis with multiple Single Board Computers (SBCs) running different Govt open architectures (e.g. OMS/UCI, HOST, CMOSS, MORA, Redhawk/TOA, FACE Approach, etc). Specifically, we will have an RF source (walkie-talkie) driving a RF tuner card, MORA and Redhawk/TOA decode the signal and publish over OMS/UCI which is also integrated with HOST and the FACE Technical Standard for chassis management and avionics displays. Support equipment likely to be a GPS emulator and network emulator to a simulated ground control station. 

Annapolis Micro Systems

(Booth 1)

Annapolis Micro Systems will have up to three collaborative multi-vendor demonstrations that utilize the SOSA aligned WILD100 7-Slot 3U VPX Chassis/Backplane, Chassis Manager, FPGA Processor (2X), 100GbE Switch, Kontron SBC, and Behlman Power Supply:
1. IPMI Demo with secure Chassis Manager: Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) system management
2. WRT Demo: Collect data and analyze RF performance of 5.0GSps ADC/DAC RFSoC Card
3. 100Gb Ethernet aligned with SOSA demo


(Booth 10)

Ansys will be demonstrating a multi-UoP ARINC 661 example with both the CDS and UA's aligned to the FACE Technical Standard, edition 3.x, as well as TSS integration leveraging RTI's DDS. 

Army PEO Aviation

(Booth 47)

PEO Aviation MOSA Transformation Office (TO) will utilize their Open Integration Test Bed (OpenITB) to demonstrate the Enterprise MOSA goals of Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Credibility to Industry through rapid independent integration of modular and self-contained vendor products, some included in further TIM demonstrations. These products include infrastructure elements, FACE UoC’s, components aligned with the SOSA Standard, and hosting on open hardware computing platforms.  

UH 60 Blackhawk Demo: PEO Aviation and NAVAIR bring FACE software and HOST hardware together in the UH-60 Blackhawk demonstration. The UH-60 platform consists of a mechanical UH-60 cockpit simulator, Technology Refresh Mission Computer (TRMC) software, and CMS software integrated with X-Plane 11. The UH-60V apps updated to the FACE Technical Standard include EGI, FLT, ADC, SYS, FMS, IDM Interface, JVMF, and BFT.
Flying FACE App Demo: This recorded demonstration uses a CH-47 SIL to demonstrate FACE conformant application functionality on a multicore Power and Switch Module PSM-8600B for the following: Collins Avoidance Re-router (ARR-1000), Collins Military Flight Management System (MFMS-1000) Portable Application, Harris Electronic Digital Map Generator, Honeywell Embedded Global Positioning System / Inertial Navigation System, and Wind River VxWorks A653 version 3.0.1 Multicore Real-Time Operating System.


(Booth 18)

Avilution plans to demonstrate its Transport Service that is aligned to the FACE Technical Standard, Edition 3.x, and its integration with other FACE 3.0 UoPs. The Transport Service is automatically generated from a UoP's FACE Data Model and supplies avionics data through Avilution's eXtensible Flight System (XFS) avionics network. 


(Booth 35)

Boeing is planning to demonstrate a  Flight Deck Framework, with a large rotorcraft flight simulator and aligned to the FACE Technical Standard.

Army C5ISR Center

(Booth 41)

U.S. Army C5ISR Center will demonstrate a C5ISR/EW Modular Open Suite of Standards (CMOSS) aligned chassis including plug-in cards for Position Navigation and Timing (PNT), Tactical Communications, and Mission Command (MC). 

Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions

(Booth 36

CAES (Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions) demonstrates its commitment to the SOSA Approach by showing the CAES 3U in alignment with the SOSA Technical Standard wideband RF Up/Down Converter with Preselection design analysis. This VPX RF Payload Card is designed for electronic warfare, ELINT and electronic support / surveillance/ attack applications on manned and unmanned, airborne and ground vehicle platforms.

Collins Aerospace

(Booth 40)

Collins Aerospace demonstrates its commitment to Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) through our adherence to Open Standards, implementation of Open Architecture frameworks, and through our modular FACE Conformant modular software products. These enable the US Army and other services the ability to quickly field new and upgraded capabilities. Plans call for the display of avionics cockpit demonstrator exhibits.

Critical Frequency Design

(Booth 23)

Critical Frequency Design will be displaying next generation frequency conversion and interference filtering demonstration for wideband sensor systems geared towards Sensor Open Systems Architecture platforms. Critical Frequency Design has expertise in RF Communication, RF Sensors, Optical Communication and Model Based Systems Engineering.

Crossfield Technology

(Booth 22)

Crossfield Technology Key demonstration features:
·  System Manager communicating with Chassis Manager utilizing new RESTful interface
·  Chassis Manager interacting with PICs from multiple vendors to respond to System Manager query
·  Chassis Manager and some of the PICs will demonstrate some of the newer SOSA driven Tier-3 concepts now in VITA 46.11
·   PICs from at least 4 vendors in the same chassis
·   System Manager communicating with at least one of the PICs (probably SBC from Curtiss-Wright) utilizing new RESTful interface


(Booth 33)

Deos is a FACE Technical Standard 3.0 conformant to OSS. The demo to show case integration with multiple partners that provide FACE components (IOSS, TSS) and applications along with MOSA hardware and tools. The demo will include integration with ARMY applications to provide graphics. We will also be demonstrating BALSA integration on this platform.

Elbit Systems of America

(Booth 14)

Elbit America will demonstrate our FACE Infrastructure while running on a chassis utilizing two different processors aligned with the SOSA Standard. The demo UoC will receive ADSB traffic and transport the traffic to the TSS interface over Ethernet to another processor that will display the closest aircraft to our current location. We will verify that the UoC passed the FACE Conformance Test Suite, but we do not plan to formally pursue the Certification process.

Elma Electronic

(Booth 24)

Functional demo 1 - EW Payload
Application development environment aligned to the SOSA Standard and with support for CMOSS demonstrates interoperability in a multi-vendor ecosystem of Plug-In Cards (PICs) and other hardware from multiple SOSA consortium members. The base of the showcased development environment is a 3U, OpenVPX development frame from Elma Electronic with six payload slots.  A dual-channel SDR (software-defined radio) transceiver card from Spectranetix captures the digitized signals, while the digitized data is sent over Ethernet via an Interface Concept high-speed switch, which delivers the data to a laptop for spectrum analysis view. Depending on availability, it might also include a PNT card from Curtiss-Wright. Various software implemented on the system includes MORA signal port manager and reference library as well as multiple bus support (ML2B, VDB, etc.) and tactical MDM spectrum viewer.

Functional demo 2 - Chassis Management
Development environment with VITA 46.11 Chassis management. This development platform is intended to showcase an ecosystem of various SOSA Consortium member PICs to demonstrate the Tier 2 IPMC system monitoring and management capabilities which allows for hardware and low-level hardware control over elements of a system.
The demo system includes a chassis platform and Chassis Manager card from Elma Electronic, a Processor Payload card from Concurrent Technologies, Behlman Electronics’ VPXtra700M-IQI plug-in power supply, all aligned with the SOSA Standard.  Depending on availability, we might also include some active chassis management functionalities from Crossfield Technology.

ENSCO Avionics

(Booth 27)

ENSCO Avionics will be showcasing a Primary Flight Display with a digital moving map designed in IData and IDataMap.  IData and IDataMap are aligned to the FACE Technical Standard. This avionics display will be integrated with Lynx Software Lynx-178 Real Time Operating System running on a Tiger Lake processor.

Epiq Solutions

(Booth 5)

Epiq Solutions is demonstrating a MORA transceiver payload card called the VPX400.  The VPX400 is a PIC (14.6.11-4) aligned with the SOSA Standard that provides an Rx and Tx RF bandwidth up to 800 MHz.  Our intent is to demonstrate the VPX400 capability to run as a MORA device, interfacing through the Victory Data Bus (VDB) and MORA Low Latency Bus (ML2B) for command and control as well as data interchange.  The VPX400 would typically function as an SDR device but can also function as the core of a digital RadioHead (RHD). Applications for this card include EW, DF and Comms which are all relevant to the needs within the Army community.

Green Hills Software

(Booth 11)

Green Hills will participate in the helicopter cockpit demonstration, which will include one or two smart multi-function displays that use a FACE conformant OSS, have been fielded in armed forces helicopters, and have received TSO authorization. Additional demos will show our FACE conformant OSS operating on hardware aligned to the SOSA Technical Standard , including one using a Mercury Systems solution as a possible solution for the AMCS program.

Herrick Technology Labs

(Booth 2)

Herrick Technology Labs will demonstrate a 19 slot snapshot 3 chassis with multiple 3rd party vendor products aligned with the SOSA Standard including:
• Kontron SBC for both IOSBC slot and the Payload slot
• Wolf GPUs for both Switch slot and Payload slot
• Belhman power supplies
• AMS 100 gigabit Ethernet switch
HTL can populate the Payload slots with four different SDR modules including:
• HTLv-13 four channel SDR with a frequency range of 2 MHz to 6 GHz @ 80 MHz IBW/channel
• HTLv-23 two channel SDR with a frequency range of 2 MHz to 18 GHz @ 80 MHz IBW/channel
• HTLv-43 4 channel RF tuner with frequency range of 2 MHz to 18 GHz @ 2000 MHz IBW/channel
• HTLv-53 2 Tx + 2 Rx Data converter + FPGA with each channel @ 20000 MHz IBW/Channel

All of these SOSA Snapshot 3 aligned components can likewise be utilized in HTL 11 slot chassis.

Integrated Solutions for Systems (IS4S)

(Booth 4)

Integrated Solutions for Systems' position, navigation, and timing operating system (pntOS) is a modular open architecture for developing position, navigation, and timing (PNT) estimates for a platform utilizing and processing collected sensor data. pntOS was designed to directly interoperate with FACE™️ UoCs. When embedded within FACE™ UoCs, the modules of pntOS collectively constitute an implementation of a Unit of Portability (UoP) inside the Portable Components Segment (PCS) layer. pntOS has specific FACE plugins written (within the pntOS plugin architecture) which implement the FACE application programing interfaces (APIs) to present itself as a PCS UoP. pntOS has been tested and operated in a FACE implementation talking to other UoPs as a real-time solution for generating PNT estimates utilizing data delivered to it by the Transport Services Segment (TSS).


(Booth 9)

Advanced Ground Collision Avoidance System (GCAS)
Kihomac' s demonstration of a Ground Collision Avoidance System comprised of multiple A-10 platform specific Units of Conformance developed to the FACE Technical Standard, Edition 3.0 integrated with an off-the-shelf collision avoidance instruction generation library provided by NASA. The demonstration system will integrate the GCAS system with the X-Plane flight simulator, allowing users to test the real-time ground collision alerts in realistic scenarios. Development is currently ongoing, with conformance testing projected to be performed in early 2022.
Synthetic Aperture RADAR (SAR) Sensor
Demonstration of a holistic situational awareness system combining Units of Conformance developed to the FACE™ Technical Standard, Edition 3.0 utilizing real-time streaming target data and ground images generated by a synthetic aperture radar with a terrain elevation database. The system shows advanced target acquisition, tracking, and identification capabilities, allowing target symbols and ground images to be overlaid on a moving map. The demonstration will allow the user to explore the map and to select targets using an A-10 HOTAS.


(Booth 21)

L3Harris will show a demonstration of FliteScene integrated with additional FACE 3.0 UoPs that meet multiple Open Standards interfaces (VICTORY and the  SOSA Standard) covering aviation, sensor, and ground vehicle application use cases. This will include demonstration of interoperability approaches and tools enabling FACE aligned apps to interoperate and leverage these standards. 
Demonstration of a system aligned with the SOSA Standard using a Curtis-Wright 3U VPX SBC, a XMC Encryptor from L3Harris and a 3U VPX Memory Module supplied by Crossfield Technology.  The system will be running an Application on the SBC that will generate data which will be encrypted by the XMC encryptor and stored on the 3U VPX Memory Module.  Our demonstration  will highlight how the SOSA Standard supports a Modular Open System Approach (MOSA) architecture simplifying the integration of hardware from three (3) separate companies.


(Booth 12)

The LDRA tool suite supports all five segments of the FACE reference architecture (IOSS, OSS, PCS, PSSS, and TSS). Evidence of progress, verification artifacts, and metrics are automatically generated as testing activities progress in the tool suite. Placeholders representing expected deliverables provide guidance, and sample template documents expedite progress. The option to invoke the FACE Conformance Test Suite (CTS) within the tool suite provides assurance of alignment to the FACE Technical Standard from the start, and a FACE data model ready for submission to the verification authority. Visit our booth to see a demonstration of the LDRA tool suite or to learn about our services offerings, including our FACE Verification Authority (VA) services, that can help you achieve FACE Conformance. 


(Booth 44)

The Leidos demonstration will consist of a 19-slot Herrick Technology Labs SOSA aligned chassis with multiple Single Board Computers (SBCs) running different Govt open architectures (e.g. OMS/UCI, HOST, CMOSS, MORA, Redhawk/TOA, FACE Technical Standard, etc). These architectures have been bridged together using middle-ware services.  We plan to have an RF source (walkie-talkie) driving a RF tuner card, MORA and Redhawk/TOA decode the signal and publish over OMS/UCI which is also integrated with HOST and the FACE Standard for chassis management and avionics displays. Support equipment likely to be a GPS emulator and network emulator to a simulated ground control station. 

Leonardo Electronics

(Booth 15)

The Leonardo DRS SI-9921/5S-4 Vesper Development Platform is a showcase of hardware developed during the various SOSA Snapshots 1-3 and integrates COTS hardware from six different countries. A variety of capabilities are demonstrated highlighting the RF performance of >100dB dynamic range, 1 THz/s scan speed, and n-channel coherent operation. The modularity, scalability, and portability of the SOSA hardware is exhibited by moving the same PIC from ATR chassis, to 19” rackmount to radio head form factors. Substantially different mission sets can now be accomplished within the same hardware on different platforms using Modular Open System Approaches (MOSA), including HOST, SOSA, CMOSS, OpenVPX, and VITA Standards. The Vesper Development Platforms brought to this TIM provides users the environment to quickly implement deployable solutions aligned to the latest standards.

Lockheed Martin

(Booth 38)

Lockheed Martin will be demonstrating a broad set of integrated software components uniting to create a robust Modular Open System Approach (MOSA) solution for use in fixed wing and rotary wing platforms. The exhibit will include a flyable simulator complete with seat, controls, and out the window display. The simulator will showcase elements of the pilot vehicle interface, aircraft vehicle system, and mission system. All software components are developed in alignment with the FACE™️ Technical Standard and integrated using models and tools built to the FACE Technical Standard 3.x. The mission computer hosting the software products aligned to the FACE Technical Standard also has been designed to embrace the tenets of and maximize alignment with the forthcoming SOSA™️ Technical Standard.

Lynx Software Technologies

(Booth 26)

Lynx will demonstrate a software stack aligned to the FACE Technical Standard and implementing a 2D/3D Mapping Avionics display system in a multicore, safety critical Modular Open Systems Architecture (MOSA) approach. By leveraging the power of LYNX MOSA.ic for Avionics, consisting of the LynxSecure Separation Kernel Hypervisor and LynxOS-178 Real-Time Operating System, and the ENSCO Avionics IData data-driven solution for embedded display applications and the IDataMap framework for 2D and 3D digital mapping, developers can rapidly create and bring to market standards-based solutions aligned to the FACE Technical Standard that meet their FAA DO-178C DAL A certifiable requirements.

Mercury (Pentek)

(Booth 25)

Demonstrating the Pentek (now Mercury) SOSA Standard U development system demonstration at our booth for this TIM should be of the most interest to the Army community and tells a great story about interoperability. 


(Booth 34)

Meritec will be exhibiting its ruggedized high-speed Hercules® Interconnect System, which is ANSI/VITA Standard V76.0, and in aligment with the SOSA Standard for use as the J7 High-Speed Copper Connector.  The TIM display will include a variety of Hercules' harness and connector examples showing integration versatility.  Along with Hercules, The New VPX-3 will be on display, which is Meritec's latest generation of cabling solutions for Open VPX capable of data speeds up to 25Gb/s and capable of carrying PCI Gen 4 and 100GBase-KR4 Ethernet, in addition to Meritec's proven line of supporting interconnect products. 


(Booth 7)

Micropac plans to demonstrate the Micropac Evaluation Platform (MEP). The MEP is a demonstration platform for a high-speed digital data media converter capable of running from one to eight parallel multimode optical transceivers with data rates from 2 to 28 Gbps / channel used to define the flight product requirements on the basis of a specific use case.  The MEP is the predecessor to a switch configurable a VITA compliant, aligned with the SOSA Standard, the XMC FPGA Media Converter card for digital data transport in next generation data distribution and signal intelligence system. The multimode, full duplex, 4 or 8 channel optical media converter card offers system designers faster time to market at a lower system cost by leveraging configurable performance in a common 3U pluggable form factor.

Milpower Source

(Booth 16)

Milpower has developed the M4054, in alignment with the SOSA Standard, the 3U VPX, VITA 62, 28Vdc PSU card for use in open systems architectures.  We have a Tier II system management solution developed at Milpower resident on the M4054 that we plan to demonstrate with an Elma chassis manager.  We will have other VPX products along with other form factors as well. To display our nextworking products, there will also be a new VITA 65, 8-channel Ethernet switch that is aligned with the SOSA Technical Standard.


(Booth 46)

Come by the NAVAIR booth to talk with PMA-209 Avionics Architecture Team (AAT) tech experts and check out these three demo stations: (1) the Hardware Open Systems Technologies (HOST) open architecture standards framework – designed by PMA-209 – live demonstration showing compatibility between multiple vendors modules playing ‘swaptronics’. (2) New FACE™ Conformance Test Suite Instructional Video series. Find out just how the Videos help eliminate confusion (and headaches) for new users; step-by-step guidance to conduct FACE conformance tests effectively during the UoC development and testing phases.  (3) FACE Profile for Unified Architecture Framework (UAF) that provides Data Architecture elements of the FACE Technical Standard in the context of a larger UAF system-of-systems framework; enables focus on specific areas of interest in the enterprise (architecture) while retaining sight of the big picture.

North Atlantic Industries

(Booth 32)

MOSA Aligned Hardware Enabling FACE Portability from an IOSS perspective:
Through application of North Atlantic Industries, MOSA aligned Configurable Open Systems Architecture (COSA), it has enabled related FACE portability across NXP Power PC and ARM based processors architectures, additionally demonstrating IOSS portability of platform Input / Output communications, from one configuration to the next. Demonstrations included 2018 Army Aviation Rapid Integration Framework Green Team CMS, 2021 U.S. Army TIM demos utilizing ARM verse PowerPC processors, additionally Bell DCU FACE reuse. The MOSA / COSA hardware architecture supported desired reconfigurability and scalability required to support the unique I/O and processing requirements of each demonstration an future platform deployments.

Northrop Grumman

(Booth 37)

Northrop will demonstrate threat display on 60V cockpit using ARINC 661 UH-60V cockpit with displays integrated with mission computer.


(Booth 13)

Software Testing Solutions for FACE UoCs
Parasoft will be demonstrating our FACE static analysis configuration which helps ensure that FACE UoCs are safe, secure, reliable and conformant.  Demonstration will show how developers of FACE UoCs will be able to automatically detect coding violations described in the FACE Technical Standard.   Users will also have the ability to further create or customize coding guidelines and rules.  As a new member, Parasoft is excited and looking forward to be contributing to The Open Group FACE Consortium and its plans to make improvements to our products that automate achievement to many of the FACE Reference Architecture requirements.

Rapita Systems, Inc.

(Booth 29)

Rapita Systems offer a unique multicore verification solution for customers following the FACE approach, like Bell Flight. Bell selected Rapita's CAST-32A Compliance solution for use within their Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft Program  project. For multicore FACE projects utilizing the Safety, Safety-Extended or Security Profiles, the CAST-32A Compliance solution helps you verify isolation of ARINC 653 partitions allocated to multiple cores, as provided by your FACE OSS.  The CAST-32A Compliance solution delivers an end-to-end solution for providing certification evidence to satisfy DO-178C and CAST-32A objectives for multicore systems. Consisting of a comprehensive range of tools, services and training that enable you to address CAST-32A objectives including analyzing your software’s timing behavior in the context of interference caused by contention on shared hardware resources. Our CAST-32A Compliance solution will be demonstrated.

Real Time Innovations (RTI)

(Booth 30)

Real-Time Innovations (RTI) will be demonstrating complete FACE integration stacks with leading US defense companies. This will include hardware suppliers Ametek/Abaco, Aitech, Curtiss-Wright, Mercury, NAII, and more. RTI will be demonstrating FACE software partners running with certified FACE conformant RTI Connext TSS, including AdaCore, Ansys, CoreAVI, DDC-I, Green Hills, Lynx, Presagis, Rapita, and Wind River.


(Booth 45)

Skayl will demonstrate the Automated Integration and Configurable Infrastructure, FACE Technical Standard, and Generation with Phenom and CinC

Southwest Research Institute (SwRI)

(Booth 19)

SwRI aims to support both FACE and SOSA initiatives in a combined exhibit leveraging their CyberDAMS and SOSA aligned chassis.
Leveraging the results of years of internal research dedicated to investigating vulnerabilities associated with the MIL-STD-1553B avionic bus and decades of experience perform embedded avionics sustaining engineering and modernization efforts, Southwest Research Institute® (SwRI) has developed the Cyberattack Detection and Mitigation System (CyberDAMS) algorithms, an open, platform-agnostic software-based cyberattack mitigation technology designed to be integrated within existing avionics. CyberDAMS leverages a machine learning ensemble of software to perform detection of anomalous bus conditions based upon previous exposure to normal bus activity.  In its present form, CyberDAMS can be used to identify several attack modes at the 1553 message level and can be updated to support detection at the data payload level (platform-specific information required).  Before CyberDAMS can be eligible for submission into the FACE Conformance Program, minor development is required to 1) split the code into training and detection UoPs, and 2) create input/output compatible DDS style messages.

To date, CyberDAMS has demonstrated the ability to detect or partially detect all cyberattack test cases to which it has been subjected.


(Booth 3)

Spectranetix/Pacific Defense has several CMOSS & SOSA aligned capabilities that are of high interest to many of the government attendees.  We were the first to demonstrate a multi-function CMOSS and SOSA Standard aligned system to the Army and the system is interoperable with many existing government platforms.  Will demonstrate the multi-mission capablility using CMOSS & SOSA Standard modules to execute SIGINT/EW missions.  Using standards based modules, we will demonstate collaborative mission between two air assets where one is manned and the other unmanned.  The CMOSS based communication module will use demonstrate robust communication to task unmanned system.  Autonomous behavior on unmanned system will be demonstrated with SA on manned system.  The C2 and COP picture will be shown via integration with Army Mission Computing Enviroment and WINTAK UI using CoT messaging.

SR Technologies /    SV Microwave

(Booth 6)

SV Microwave intends to demonstrate its alignment with the SOSA Standard and VITA 67.3 SMPS and SMPM RF solutions as well as the D38999 I/O connectivity. The VITA 67.3 specification draws on the solutions provided in 67.1 and 67.2 but is unique as it doesn’t define the locations of the ports like its predecessors. SR Technologies intends to show its aligned with the CMOSS and SOSA Technical Standard chassis and, payload portfolio incorporating Chassis Management and Payload card Victory/Mora integration.  This includes both 2 and 3 slots chassis, the Victory/Mora testbed and the common Chassis Management Module.  We have a number of payload cards we will show including the new SR Technologies RFSoC, which is a generic SOI agnostic Victory/Mora compliant and, the payload card that is aligned with CMOSS and the SOSA Technical Standard.


(Booth 8)

A key objective of any Modular Open Systems Approach, including the SOSA Technical Standard, is the promise of interoperability. Interoperability between products from different vendors saves costs and enables new forms of competition. When it comes to the electrical and optical interfaces that connect products together that are aligned with the SOSA Technical Standard, a critical prerequisite to delivering on the promise of interoperability is the proper application of tests related to signal integrity. Tektronix will demonstrate how to conduct a signal integrity test as applied to a SOSA Technical Standard supported Ethernet protocol device.  


(Booth 31)

TES-SAVi supports MOSA Principles - Enabling Environment: AWESUM® MBSE, data model tools, and reusable Common Operating Environment (COE) libraries;Modular Design: Reusable modules supporting FACE Reference Architecture; Key Interfaces: Open capability interfaces; Open Standards: FACE, SOSA and HOST, CMOSS, and OpenVPX; and Conformance: Open Standards and DO-178C for Airworthiness. TES-SAVi will demonstrate ARCM, AMCS, AGx, FVL ITEP, RFLink, and SmartCable using AWESUM® MBSE tools and COE. TES-SAVi partners are U.S. Army, GTRI, Mercury Systems, LEUSI, and FVL IPT Partners: Bell, NAI, RTI, DDC-I+OAR, and Rapita Systems.

United Electronics Industries

(Booth 28)

United Electronics Industries will demonstrate real-time data exchange via two pieces of avionic hardware over FACE TSS API. Additional hardware may be in RTI’s booth monitoring/displaying. All using FACE UoCs as the data interchange layer.

Wind River Systems

(Booth 39)

Wind River Systems will demonstrate the FACE Technical Standard 3.x Avionics Solution Stacks - Integrated software stack which accelerate software development for airworthiness and conformance to FACE Technical Standard and RTCA DO-178C.

Demo 1: Digital Cockpit Display FACE Solution Stack based on Multicore PPC Architecture
• Wind River VxWorks 653 Multicore Safety Platform w/ DO-178 DAL A Certification
• Curtiss Wright Ruggedized VPX3-152 (NXP T2080 Processor) + VPX3-719 (Graphics)
• ANSYS SCADE Multi-Touch Cockpit
• CoreAVI OpenGL SC2 on AMD/ATI Embedded Radeon™ E8860 Graphics
• RTI TSS with Connext DDS Micro

Demo 2: Helicopter Cockpit Display System FACE Solution Stack based on Multicore ARM Architecture
• Wind River Helix Virtualization Platform Multicore Safety solution w/ DO-178 DAL Certification
• Heterogenous Guest OS Support including VxWorks Cert & Wind River Linux
• NXP LX2160A-RDB reference board
• Presagis VAPS XT Heli Craft Video Display
• CoreAVI VkCoreGL SC2 on AMD Embedded Radeon™ E9171 Embedded graphics processor unit (GPU)
• RTI TSS with Connext DDS Micro

Demo 3: Working with the PEO Aviation Open Systems demonstration to include the following
• Wind River Helix Virtualization Platform
• North Atlantic Industries 68GP2 (ARMv8)
• Presagis Cockpit Display System (CDS)
• CoreAVI VkCoreGL SC2 on AMD Embedded Radeon™ E9171 Embedded graphics processor unit (GPU)




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