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 EXHIBITION             10:00 am - 4:00 pm     Exhibit booths layout is at bottom of page 

 Booth Number   Exhibitors Description
Elma Electronic
Elma Electronic is a global leader in the design and manufacture of rugged electronics enclosures and subsystems following the modular open systems approach (MOSA). A leading participant in and contributor to major open standards efforts, our products conform or align to OpenVPX, SOSA™ Standard, PICMG and emerging small form factor (SFF) standards like VNX+. We deliver reliable and proven embedded systems solutions for use in autonomous vehicles as well as C5ISR, SIGINT, EW and sensor-based defense applications.
Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin (LM) 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. The demonstration will combine software components from LM, industry partners, and the Government developed in alignment with the FACE™ Technical Standard and integrated using models and tools built to the FACE Technical Standard 3.x. The computational system hosting the software products aligned to the FACE Technical Standard also has been designed to embrace the tenets of and maximize alignment with the SOSA™ Technical Standard and the HOST Technical Standard.
Air Force 
Life Cycle Management Center
AFLCMC will demonstrate interoperability between aligned open standards based on joint capability demonstration. The demonstration will showcase: CMOSS, FACE, HOST, OMS, SOSA, SCA, REDHAWK/TOA, VICTORY/MORA as well as AgilePOD, CTEN, and other Air Force capabilities as they work together.
The NAVAIR Avionics Architecture Team will be showcasing three innovative demonstrations. Attendees gain an up-close experience of a UH-60V Cockpit Trainer demonstrating Tri-Service interoperability - integrated hardware and software composed using HOST, FACE™, SOSA™, and CMOSS open standards (sharing data and interfaces). In addition, see the FACE Profile for UAF (Unified Architecture Framework). Reviewed and endorsed by the OMG, the UAF FACE profile allows users to create and view a data model in UML-based MBSE modeling tool environments without having to re-create this profile and risk inconsistency with the standard definition.  And don’t miss the new FACE Data Modeling Video Series – a great user tool providing instructional assistance to understand the FACE data modeling approach, FACE data architecture contents, plus examples of how to develop FACE data architecture models.
Army PEO

We will show how PEO Aviation’s MOSA Transformation Office is implementing MOSA and how it ultimately impacts the warfighter. The Modular Open Systems Demonstration showcases current activities within Army Aviation that are actively leveraging modularity and openness decisions to pursue the MOSA Transformation objectives. The demonstration’s representative avionics system is constructed of products from industry partners that showcase FACE conformant and aligned software and SOSA aligned hardware. Use of a the common reference architecture – that includes references such as FACE, SOSA, HOST, CMOSS – by multiple program offices and vendors has provided readily available components for integration into this demonstration.

Demonstration of a CMOSS converged system that integrates Mission Command (MC), Position Navigation and Timing (PNT), Communications, and Electronic Warfare (EW) in a single chassis. Alignment with the SOSA and HOST Approach enables capability reuse and interoperability across services with the same Communications and Mission Command cards used in Army, Air Force, and Navy chassis. Tri-Service coordination includes a Common Operational Picture for Command and Control (C2) and Situational Awareness (SA), along with a demonstration of SOSA System Management.
    The Open Group FACE™ and SOSA™ Consortia
The Open Group

The Open Group is a global consortium that enables the achievement of business objectives through technology standards. The Open Group leads the development of open, vendor-neutral technology standards and certifications.

> Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) Consortium is a government and industry partnership to define an open avionics environment for all military airborne platform types. It has grown into an aviation-focused professional group made up of industry suppliers, customers, and users. It provides a vendor-neutral forum for industry, academia and government to work together to develop and consolidate the open standards, best practices, guidance documents, and business strategy. These objectives promote acquisition of affordable software systems, innovation, rapid integration of portable capabilities across global defense programs, and higher efficiency to deploy capabilities.

SOSA Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Consortium enables government and industry to collaboratively develop open standards and best practices to enable, enhance, and accelerate the deployment of affordable, capable, interoperable sensor systems. The SOSA Consortium is creating open system reference architectures applicable to military and commercial sensor systems and a business model that balances stakeholder interests. The architectures employ modular design and use widely supported, consensus-based nonproprietary standards for key interfaces.

Our demo shows RF signal transmission, ingest, transformation, processing, and visualization on three Abaco 3U boards aligned to the SOSA standard and highlights data visualization and system health tools available for development and deployment. An SBC feeds a pre-recorded RF dataset to the DAC channel of a digital signal processor, which in turn creates an RF signal and loops it back via RF cable to the ADC channel on the same board. The ADC samples the incoming RF signal and performs a digital down conversion step before placing the sample data into a memory buffer in the FPGA and moving it to Intel CPU memory on the SBC via the PCIe interface using a DMA transfer. The data then goes through a signal processing stage on the Intel CPU to compute the power spectrum of the RF signal, which is then displayed in a rolling 3D waterfall plot utilizing the Intel GPU and Abaco AXIS tool suite. The system components are connected via a switch, and system health is monitored via Abaco’s Health Toolkit and displayed via monitor.
AdaCore will be demonstrating how to verify FACE conformance for software written in Ada using an AdaCore developed approach. AdaCore is committed to the success of the FACE™ approach, and both the Ada language and the company’s product offerings directly support the initiative’s objectives. AdaCore is a principal member of The Open Group FACE Consortium and has been actively participating in the FACE effort since 2012, serving as a key member of the Conformance and OS Subcommittees and Technical Working Group of the FACE Consortium (2020-2022).
Aegis Power Systems    
Aegis Power Systems will demonstrate a +28V input power supply, developed in alignment with the SOSA Technical Standards, with a 3U test backplane and IPMI dashboard application.  The 3U test backplane allows quick and easy verification of all SOSA power supply card functions (input control signals, output status signals, I2C communication), incorporating switches and test points for all signals. The IPMI dashboard application connects to the test backplane and continually displays the available IPMI information (output voltages, output currents, unit temperature, PS information) in a single easy-to-use graphical display. These test tools allow for a very quick and thorough verification of a SOSA power supply. Customers can use these tools to troubleshoot PS issues and build their own PS test stands to expedite integration. Other power products will also be available on display.
Aitech Systems  
Aitech would like to demonstrate its SOSA aligned hardware products – 3U VPX SBCs, GPGPUs and Power Supply products.  By embracing open standards such as the Sensor Open Systems Architecture™ (SOSA) and Future Airborne Capability Environment™ (FACE) and relying on over three decades of developing rugged embedded electronics, Aitech delivers cards and systems that are ready to run in any unmanned, mobile or remote application.
Annapolis Micro Systems  
Annapolis Micro Systems plans to run a collaborative multi-vendor demonstration that utilizes a SOSA™ aligned WILD100 7-Slot 3U VPX Chassis/Backplane, Chassis Manager, FPGA Processor with 5.0GSps ADC/DAC RFSoC, 100GbE Switch, Curtiss-Wright SBC, and Behlman Power Supply. The demonstration will generate and transmit various signal types out the 5.0GSps RFSoC DACs, receive them via the 5.0GSps RFSoC ADCs, perform FFTs on the received data, and plot the FFT outputs in a spectrum and waterfall display. Control and visualization will be done via a third-party SBC, demonstrating multi-vendor integration in this 3U SOSA-aligned architecture.
Ansys is a world leader in modeling and simulation, including model-based software development capabilities supporting embedded applications with MOSA objectives and DO-178C certification requirements.  The Ansys SCADE integrated development environment (IDE) enables greater development efficiency and reduced program risks with the use of qualified code generation (as a TQL-1 tool) and an integral V&V workflow.  Support for MOSA objectives includes data modeling and portable application development aligned to the FACE™ Technical Standard, and a complete development workflow for certifiable embedded ARINC 661 display systems.  Visit our booth to see a fully integrated FACE Conformant ARINC 661 demo to learn more.
Behlman Electronics   
Behlman will be demonstrating a variety of power solutions in alignment with the SOSA Technical Standard.  Behlman Electronics is committed to providing the tri-services with power solutions in accordance with the SOSA technical standard. We partner with both product integrators and prime contractors to convert available power into a form needed for embedded computing solutions.
The Boeing company will be demonstrating Open System Interfaces (OSI) and advancements in applications of these open standards in HOST and FACE for DoD platforms as well as the capabilities for re-use available to the DoD Communities. Demo will be coupled with advanced crew station components like Large Area Displays. Successful application of these solutions are planned to be present at the PEO Aviation Demonstration Booth showing the value and portability of mission systems capabilities aligned to the FACE Technical Standard, ARINC661 Standard, and OSI.
CAES plans to demonstrate its new 0.5 – 18 GHz SOSA-aligned 3U Wideband RF Converter product that is now shipping. CAES provides analog and radiation hardened technology for the United States aerospace and defense industry. With a broad portfolio of off-the-shelf and customized RF, microwave and high reliability microelectronic products and subsystems, CAES offers a complete range of solutions for the entire signal chain from aperture to digital conversion.
Collins Aerospace   
Collins Aerospace is exhibiting systems built utilizing a Modular Open System Approach and Open Architecture Standards. This includes demonstrating a FACE TSS Integration via a DevOps Pipeline to auto-generate pre-integrated operational systems that reduce deployment time. Collins is also demonstrating a SOSA sensor system that moves imagery data between computers using a low-cost, minimal hardware configuration showing interoperable SOSA applications capable of rapid upgrading. Our joint demonstration at the Army PEO Aviation booth utilizes the integration of our FACE Transport Services (TSS) with our highly portable FACE Conformant Avoidance Re-router (ARR) situational awareness and Mission Flight Management (MFMS-1000) software products hosted on the Army's Aviation Mission Computing Environment (AMCE).
Concurrent Technologies  
We will display five SOSA aligned Plug In Cards (PICs) and have one small demo. Concurrent Technologies designs a range of high performance processor boards, switches, networking, storage and software products for use in embedded computing solutions.

COTSWORKS, INC. designs and manufactures rugged optical components and subsystems to operate in harsh environments. Products are utilized worldwide in commercial and military aerospace, military tactical, oil and gas, and other industrial markets. Founded in 2006, the company is headquartered in Cleveland, OH supports the Americas and Asia while COTSWORKS GmbH, located in Fulda Germany, supports Europe and the Middle East. Over 100,000 mission critical rugged opto-electronic and interconnect products are produced each year in our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility.

Curtiss Wright   
Curtiss-Wright will showcase our CMOSS Starter Kit, a small form factor 3-slot system, integrated with our VPX3-1260 SBC (SOSA IOI profile 14.2.16), VPX3-687 Gigabit Ethernet (SOSA Switch profile 14.4.14), and VPX3-673 SBC/Timing Card (SOSA Radial Clock [A-PNT]) modules. This demo will also feature our rugged mission displays and Curtiss-Wright’s TCG HUNTR TDL Hub and Network Translator. Simulation software will provide visibility into real-world links with air, sea, and ground platforms on a local map.
DDC-I provides DO-178C certifiable software and tools for safety critical avionics. Deos™ is a time and space partitioned RTOS that has been certified to DO-178 Design Assurance Level A (DAL A) since 1998 and is flying in over 10,000 aircraft. Developed from day one using DAL A plans and procedures, Deos features hard real-time response, industry standard ARINC-653 and FACE™ 3.1 Safety Extended/Safety Base Profiles, and shared resource partitioning to deliver the highest CPU utilization and performance in the industry.
Delta Information Systems  
Delta Digital Video, in cooperation with Dr. Lipkin and GTRI, has developed a dual-channel H.265 SOSA aligned 3U VPX module, Model VPX720.  The module was developed to support real-time video compression for ISR missions.  The VPX720 is adapted from Delta’s TRL-9 level rugged video encoding product line which are deployed on many of the US manned and unmanned ISR platforms.  The demo will demonstrate H.265 encoding of two live HD videos, streaming through a VPX switch card and being decoded and displayed via a VPX SBC running standards-based decoder software.
DornerWorks in collaboration with NAI and AvMC will demonstrate our TSN FPGA IP capabilities. The demo consists of a two-port TSN endpoint that stress tests our FPGA implementation of  TSN time-aware shaping (IEEE 802.1Qbv), AVB credit shaping (IEEE 802.1Qav), and strict-priority scheduling with multiple QoS. Test packets are generated and transmitted by logic to achieve full bandwidth using synchronized PTP time and time-stamped by logic on egress. They are received and statistically analyzed by an external PC. This demonstrates PTP time synchronization to external grand master and traffic scheduling/shaping with very small cycle and gate times and nanosecond accuracy.
Digital Receiver Technology
Digital Receiver Technology (DRT) designs and manufactures advanced electronic equipment to support SIGINT, Homeland Security and Law Enforcement communities’ missions. Industry leader of portable collection systems against wireless communications.  Open, modular, and scalable Software-Defined Radio (SDR) architecture enables convergence of SIGINT, Electronic Warfare (EW), and Cyber.  Automation of high-complexity mission operations and the augmentation of high-complexity analysis, simplify mission’s execution effectively and efficiently.

ENSCO's Avionics team will showcase a Primary Flight Display with a digital moving map designed in IData® and IDataMap. This avionics display will integrate with Lynx Software Lynx-178 Real-Time Operating System. IData® and IDataMap align to the FACE Technical Standard.

Epiq Solutions   
Epiq Solutions will present a live demonstration of our VPX400 CMOSS/SOSA aligned SDR payload card running MORA v2.4. The VPX400 is a SOSA aligned PIC (14.6.11-4) that provides 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. Applications for this card include EW, DF and Comms which are all relevant to the needs of the FACE, SOSA and general DoD community.  We will show or discuss future SOSA aligned products, which include a multichannel frequency extension to 18 GHz and a quad channel tactical comm card with an SCA waveform import path.
Green Hills Software   
Green Hills will demonstrate an Aviation Mission Common Server (AMCS) representative system running our FACE conformant OSS.
Herrick Technology Laboratories  
HTL will demonstrate a SOSA aligned 19 slot or 11 slot SOSA Release 1.0 chassis with multiple 3rd party vendor products including: Kontron SBC for both IOSBC slot and the Payload slot; HTL/Wolf GPUs for both  Switch slot and Payload slot; Belhman power supplies; AMS 100 gigabit Ethernet switch.
62 Integrated Solutions for Systems Integrated Solutions for Systems, Inc. (IS4S) is a small business that provides a wide range of engineering and management solutions to government, military, and commercial customers. Founded in 2008 on the principles of “always do the right thing” and “ethics over profit,” IS4S is focused on solving challenges of national importance and is an industry leader in best-of-breed design agent acquisition, overseeing the development and integration of key technologies in government-owned systems. Our expertise spans PNT, missile system engineering, energetic research and development, decontamination systems, vehicle electronics, and additive manufacturing, and other key technology areas. IS4S is headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama with office locations in Auburn and Opelika, Alabama; Orlando, Niceville, and Fort Walton Beach, Florida; Atlanta and Warner Robins, Georgia; Dayton, Ohio; Slidell, Louisiana; and Aberdeen, Maryland.
40 ITT Cannon ITT Cannon provides innovative interconnect solutions to customers around the world. From our global manufacturing locations, we serve a wide range of markets, including commercial aviation, defense, energy, industrial, medical, oil & gas, transportation, and space.  Cannon’s product’s consist of broad-range of circular and rectangular connector solutions with several mil-spec qualifications.  ITT also has a broad range of miniature fiber optic and high-speed copper interconnect products that support current and future Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems.
The GCAS system is an integration of NASA’s EVAA collision avoidance software with an aircraft integration component developed in alignment with the FACE Technical Standard, Edition 3.0. It features five units of conformance and wrappers around the interfaces to the EVAA software, as well as our new “Habanero” TSS library, which we are already reusing on a new effort. This effort is an excellent example of the FACE Technical Standard’s portability and platform independence. The GCAS software was originally developed in Linux and tested with NASA’s reference platform. This development effort was conducted in parallel with our effort to port EVAA to VxWorks. Upon completion of that porting effort, the GCAS software itself was ported to VxWorks in a matter of days.
L3Harris will demonstrate tools and products focused on interoperability between FACE applications and OMS, and VICTORY interfaces. Our exhibit will include content from tool vendors supporting the FACE Technical Standard, and will include specific demonstrations of interoperability approaches between these open standards. In addition, L3Harris will demonstrate its updated FliteScene Digital Map designed to align with FACE Technical Standard, Edition 3.1.
23 LCR Embedded Systems In addition to our range of rugged ATR chassis for SOSA aligned payloads, LCR will feature our 800 Series Chassis running a processing intensive instantaneous geolocation and direction-finding application from XONE Technology. In a FACE firmware and software open-architecture framework, the XONE Headstart Kit uses best in class SOSA aligned RF and processor plug-in cards to address the most demanding DF, SIGINT, EW, EA, Counter-UAS applications. The Headstart Kit is the basis of XONE's airborne payload employing a cutting edge miniature RF aperture for a DF/GEO/COMINT capability against HF and VHF emitters.
LDRA will demonstrate how software suppliers can use verification tools to support the processes and tasks necessary for obtaining a FACE Conformant product.   We will use the BALSA ADSB-Out UoC as an example throughout the demonstration. While the BALSA UoCs are not conformant to the FACE Technical Standard, they were designed and developed to be tested using the FACE Conformance Test Suite (CTS). The demo will highlight several aspects of the FACE Verification and Validation approach using BALSA, including the use of software validation and verification tools to reduce the time and cost of achieving FACE Conformance.
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 provides users the environment to quickly implement deployable solutions aligned to the latest standards.
Lynx Software Technologies   
Lynx Software Technologies will demonstrating a software stack, aligned to the FACE Technical Standard, 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 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 that are aligned to FACE requirements and meet their FAA DO-178C DAL A certifiable requirements.
Mercury is demonstrating its Model 8256 development platform to help system integrators speed development of hardware, software, and FPGA configuration for SOSA aligned applications. It consists of an Elma Electronic 3U VPX chassis, a Crossfield Technology IPMI ChassisBerry chassis manager, an Interface Concept ComEth4590a backplane switch, Concurrent Technology TR H4C single-board computers (SBCs), and a Mercury Quartz® Model 5550 Xilinx® Zynq® UltraScale+ RFSoC processor, all aligned to the SOSA Technical Standard.
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Meritec will be presenting high-speed ruggedized Hercules (presently J7) as well as new Hercules HS-D that utilizes the same Hercules contact system in a slim D-Sub style package for field-ready versatility.  Meritec’s backplane cabling systems, VPX Plus and VPX-3, will also be showcased. 

34 Micropac Micropac Industries, Inc. manufactures microelectronic and optoelectronic components and modules for the hi-rel industrial, medical, military, aerospace & space markets. Certified to MIL-PRF-19500 and MIL-PRF-38534, Micropac offers standard and custom products including optocouplers, LEDs & Displays, Proximity and Hall Effect sensors, solid-state relays and power controllers, and multi-chip modules.
Milpower Source   
Milpower Source is an industry leader in rugged power conversion, power management, and networking solutions, with the industry’s most expansive offering of VPX-form factor solutions, including VITA & SOSA™-Aligned Power & Networking products. From pre-configured VITA 62 compliant off-the-shelf solutions, to fully custom 3U and 6U VPX products tailored to meet our customers' most stringent requirements, Milpower Source has a solution. Our field-proven solutions set the standard for open architecture, including compliance with thermal, EMI, shock/vibe management, and all applicable MIL Standards.
North Atlantic Industries (NAI)
NAI is a leading supplier of MOSA aligned solutions that are built on NAI’s Configurable Open Systems Architecture™ -COSA®. NAI is supporting three joint Army Aviation demos:
1) Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) Demo highlights support for emerging Army TSN requirements in support of Army Digital BackBone (DBB) End Point and Switch requirements  
2) Cybersecurity Demo highlights a safety critical system configuration using secure network communications supporting RTI - DDS, DDC-I - Deos a FACE Conformant, DAL-A Certifiable ARINC 653 RTOS, NAI - MOSA aligned OpenVPX hardware.  It demonstrates detection and reporting of multiple category network attacks.
3) Boeing GEMS Digital Map Demo highlights Boeing GEMS Map running under a DO-178 & DO-254, DAL-A certifiable hardware / software configuration utilizing; DDC-I - Deos FACE Conformant ARINC 653 RTOS, NAI - MOSA aligned OpenVPX hardware including certifiable SBC with GPU and certifiable CoreAVI Vulkan / Open GL software.
New Wave DV    
New Wave DV will be demonstrating SOSA aligned processor, FPGA, and interface modules from multiple manufacturers integrated and transferring high-bandwidth sensor data between various processing units. The demonstration will also show the integration of SOSA-aligned hardware into legacy system architectures. The demonstration provides an affordable example upgrade path for legacy systems to adopt high-performance off-the-shelf SOSA hardware without major redesign of existing systems.
Orolia Defense & Security  
Orolia Defense will demonstrate the GPS tracking capabilities of Orolia’s CPNT CMOSS PNT Card. The goal of this demonstration is to show Orolia Defense and Security’s CMOSS PNT Card. The demo allows us to simulate live-sky GNSS signals and manipulate the GPS environment, which will enable us to show the positioning capabilities of the CMOSS PNT Card.  This demo displays the functionality of Orolia’s CMOSS PNT card and its ability to ingest data and perform calculations via internal algorithms to properly display position.
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Pacific Defense will demonstrate the SOSA approach and CMOSS ability to rapidly integrate into a common Open Architecture Standards across programs and services by publishing data/ health/ PLI using TSM RF Network, SOSA IBSM, CoT and VMF. Our system will integrate TSM and Link16 (with VIASAT) in a CMOSS chassis. We will demonstrate REDCOM Sigma integrated in CMOSS chassis to provide a complete software-based Command & Control solution with voice, video, chat, and conferencing. We will provide a fully SOSA aligned system with PNT/SBC/SDR cards.

Pixus Technologies  
Pixus Technologies will show a SOSA aligned rugged rackmount chassis and/or a SOSA aligned development chassis along with a SOSA aligned VITA 46.11 VPX chassis manager.
Presagis is a world leader in the creation of dynamic virtual environments, HMI and simulation applications for the defense, mapping, infrastructure management, and disaster preparedness markets. A pioneer in the simulation industry, Presagis has invested heavily in sensors, synthetic environment generation, human-machine interfaces, and extensible software development tools. Presagis supplies and partners with the top defense and aeronautic companies in the world.
Rapita Systems   
As leading verification tool and service suppliers to the US defense industry, Rapita Systems are experts in the verification of open systems-based projects. Rapita will demonstrate how the Rapita Verification Suite (RVS) enables software suppliers to address the FACE standard via automatic instrumentation, flexible OS integration and automatic requirements tracing within a DO-178C qualifiable (DAL A) workflow. We will also describe how our MACH178 solution enables the verification of the effectiveness of ARINC 653 partitioning mechanisms used in FACE compliant multicore systems. Looking beyond the FACE standard, Rapita will outline how our unique approach to multicore verification and certification enables our defense customers to leverage Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) in their next-generation multicore projects. IMA is a key driver for open architecture and interoperability across a range of open standards including FACE, MOSA and SOSA. Our exhibit demo will demonstrate how our MACH178 solution can support these objectives.
Raytheon Technologies, in collaboration with AFLCMC, has integrated and flight tested SOSA aligned processing hardware, EO/IR software, and a Raytheon trained convolutional neural network for AI/ML deployment on the edge.  This demonstration, prototyping a SOSA Tracker for the EO/IR modality, will be an AiTR container running at FMV rates on a high definition video feed on a SOSA aligned 3U CCAs.
Real-Time Innovations

Real-Time Innovations (RTI) will be demonstrating complete FACE solution stacks with leading US defense companies. This will include hardware suppliers Ametek/Abaco, Curtiss-Wright, Mercury Mission Systems, NAII, UEI, and more. RTI will be demonstrating certified FACE  conformant RTI Connext® TSS integrated with FACE software partners, including Ansys, CoreAVI, Ensco, Lynx, Presagis, and Wind River. RTI software provides the standards-compliant connectivity foundation for hundreds of the world’s most mission-critical Aerospace and Defense system designs. 

The demo at the RTI booth has a UoC aligned to the FACE Technical Standard which sends pre-recorded flight data to multiple FACE solution stacks, and is displayed by different Cockpit Display Systems (CDS) from Ansys, Ensco, and Presagis. The demo uses the RTI FACE conformant TSS and the Ansys FACE conformant 661 CDS, while simultaneously routing flight data to a Google Map application as well as an Amazon Web Service (AWS) instance which displays the system's status on a web page to demonstrate connectivity with components that are not  FACE aligned. The AWS instance can be accessed by any mobile device in real-time. Separately, RTI will be demonstrating a FACE solution stack with UEI hardware and RTI Connext running over a Time-Sensitive Network (TSN) network with multiple nodes.

REDCOM’s Sigma® software will provide CMOSS/SOSA users the ability to configure, manage, and control their C2 communication capabilities — including VoIP, video, chat, and radio interoperability — directly through an intuitive and easy-to-use interface. REDCOM Sigma is a low SWaP software platform that can be loaded onto a single board computer module and dropped into any CMOSS or SOSA aligned chassis. REDCOM has already tested and proven its ability to work in such an environment at the Open Innovation Lab (OIL) and the Tri-Services Open Architecture Interoperability Demonstration (TSOA-ID). Our solution was also involved in the Spectranetix demonstration at Army PNTAX ’21, bridging TSM communications from inside a Spectranetix chassis to other radios and external IP endpoints. REDCOM has a 40+ year history leveraging modular concepts and implementing open standards and standards-based protocols.
Riverside Research  
Riverside Research develops security technologies using formal methods to verify security of products built in support of the SOSA approach. Riverside will demonstrate a prototype we have developed of a MORA Data Message parser built using formal verification tools to help ensure strong cybersecurity. Riverside Research is a not-for-profit organization chartered to advance scientific research for the benefit of the US government and in the public interest.
Samtec manufactures a broad line of electronic interconnect solutions, including VNX & VPX related products. It interconnects hardware that go into VNX/VPX form factors aligned with the  SOSA approach.
Sciens Innovations  
Sciens Innovations will provide a SOSA interoperability demonstration using their MORA Software and Firmware toolkit, called helux, in collaboration with SOSA hardware partners Abaco Systems, Epiq Solutions, and LCR Embedded Systems. The SOSA aligned hardware platform consists of an LCR Embedded DK3 open frame 3U VPX development system, and two 3U VPX plug-in cards: an Epiq Solutions VPX400 multi-channel, phase-coherent RF transceiver, and an Abaco Systems SBC3511 Single-Board Computer. Sciens will orchestrate the demonstration using their MORA Explorer UI deployed on the Abaco SBC3511 to exercise the MORA interfaces of the Epiq VPX400 while the UI ingests digitized I/Q samples streaming from the 40 GbE data plane for generation of time and spectrum plots. Together, the SOSA aligned hardware integrated with helux and Sciens MORA tooling presents a system and collaboration fostering the interoperability of the SOSA Technical Standard. Sciens will discuss helux's ability to efficiently MORA enable VPX hardware, assist with SOSA aligned hardware integration, and expedite SOSA and MORA adoption within the MOSA community.

Skayl will demonstrate how the adoption and use of the FACE™ Technical Standard enables a truly Open and Scalable System that allows different components and capabilities, built and aligned to different MOSA Standards, to be flexibly integrated. The demonstration will show how a system’s behavior can be modified through simple data-model derived reconfiguration of the infrastructure, not the integrated applications and system components. Changing from application-centric integration to infrastructure-centric integration results in truly scalable development and maintenance of integrated systems that leverage FACE and other specifications.
Skayl’s CinC™ (Configurable Infrastructure Capability) is the first truly segregable data-centric FACE™ Transport Service Segment (TSS) integration capability that can be reconfigured without modification to accommodate different architectural and performance requirements over the system’s entire lifecycle.
Users can dynamically build UDDL Data Models and FACE Integration Models in PHENOM™ and generate integration configurations that, when deployed via CinC Transport Services, connect display applications to HMI Units of Portability (UoPs) that were not designed and individually modified to be integrated in the envisioned patterns and use-cases. New behaviors are implemented via simple changes to the configurations of CinC, managed at scale via the Data Models and Integration Models.

SR Technologies   
SR Technologies (SRT) has long played an active role in the open standards / open architecture community. SOSA/CMOSS are key elements of SRTs roadmap, to include both VICTORY and MORA in all tactical solutions. SRT will be demonstrating our CMOSS/SOSA Expeditionary C4ISR Chassis v2 (ECCv2) solution. ECCv2 shall demonstrate VICTORY and MORA software running on the system/chassis manager. Additionally chassis demonstrate the capability to operate a variety of 3U VPX CMOSS complaint payload cards.
Tangram Flex  
Tangram approaches software design and implementation as if they are a set of toy building blocks or components. Treating complex software systems as a set of components allows for the creation of a component library. A component library allows visibility into component properties and specifications and interfaces and connections between various components. Tangram has created Tangram Pro to bridge the gap between Systems Engineers and Software Developers and to eliminate the tedious and error-prone work of writing integration implementation source code. Tangram Pro automatically creates interface transformations between different message formats (such as OMS, FACE, and SOSA standards) with confidence that the implementation matches the design by assuring that all components adhere to their individual specification and, once integrated, adhere to their system specification.
TE Connectivity   
TE will exhibit interconnect solutions supporting the SOSA Technical Standard for implementation in sensor systems.  Products will include MULTIGIG RT 3 backplane connectors, RF and optical connector modules, high speed rugged XMC mezzanine connectors, and M38999’s for box-to-box communications including inserts with high density optical MT interfaces (VITA 87).
TES-SAVi supports Open Standards and 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 FACE VA, HOST and DO-178C for Airworthiness. TES-SAVi will demonstrate US Army’s ARCM, ARCM on AMCS, Link-16, and Bell’s FVL FACE products developed using AWESUM® MBSE tools and COE. TES-SAVi FACE development partners are U.S. Army, GTRI, Mercury, Bell, NAI, and DDC-I.
Twin Oaks Computing  
Twin Oaks Computing is pleased to demonstrate our CoreDX TSS™, which is aligned with the FACE™ Technical Standard 3.0, to establish communication between several PSSS components within the UH-60V system. We are also demonstrating secure communication in a multicore system using CoreDX TSS Secure™ on GHS INTEGRITY-178.
United Electronic Industries   

United Electronic Industries (UEI) will be demonstrating a FACE solution stack with UEI flexible and rugged COTS hardware and Real-Time Innovations (RTI) Connext DDS running over a Time-Sensitive Network (TSN) network with multiple nodes. With UEI you can get the most out of DDS and TSN to minimize jitter and guarantee latency for critical messages in your distributed systems.

UEI is a trusted and proven U.S. manufacturer, providing solutions to many DoD agencies for over 30 years. We take obsolescence and longevity seriously, which is why we have a 10-yr availability guarantee. We support most popular OS, Software and Programming Languages – we can support the development of your applications. Our solutions are rugged, reliable, flexible, and ready to ship!

W-IE-NE-R Power Electronics   
W-IE-NE-R manufactures high performance chassis and multi-channel DC power supply systems for research and automated test applications. It provides SOSA aligned 3U VPX power supplies. 
Wind River   
Wind River will demonstrate the FACE Technical Standard 3.x Avionics Solution Stacks - Integrated software stack that accelerate software development for airworthiness and conformance to FACE Technical Standard and RTCA DO-178C.
Demo 1: 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
  • SolidRun LX2160A 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 2: Wind River Linux LTS-19

  • FACE™ 3.0 conformant OSS to General Purpose Profile
  • Security hardening guide for meeting DISA GPOS SRG requirements

Titanium Security for Linux

  • At rest, boot, and runtime protection
  • Meet anti-tamper requirements
  • Meet cybersecurity controls for RMF (NIST 800-53)
  • Protect data at rest using FIPS-compliant crypto
WOLF Advanced Technology  
WOLF Advanced Technology designs and manufactures rugged high performance computing, AI, and video I/O boards, modules and systems. Solutions are designed to operate in harsh aerospace and defense environments without sacrificing any of the high-speed processing available from advanced NVIDIA GPUs and APUs and Xilinx FPGAs. Products range from extremely low power modules to industry-leading high performance data analysis, processing and AI modules which meet embedded systems SWaP requirements. Products support most video formats including SDI, DisplayPort, DVI, HDMI, CoaXPress, ARINC 818, STANAG-3350, CVBS, RS170, RS343, LVDS, and custom. Product architectures include VPX, SOSA, XMC, MXM/MXC, and full custom designs. 
wolfSSL is an embedded FIPS module that is made to be lightweight, portable, targeted at embedded and general computing environments primarily because of its size, speed, and feature set. wolfSSL is a leader in embedded FIPS certificates through maintaining FIPS 140-2 certificate #3389, being the first software library on the FIPS 140-3 MIP list for embedded development, having 800 56A Revision 3 compliance, and ensuring an easy way for OpenSSL 1.X users to get a FIPS certification with wolfEngine. Come by our booth and talk to us about our Secure Boot for Avionics Demo.

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