Wind River showcases secure and multi-core software solutions, FACE-based modular avionics in ‘Big Rig’ at AUVSI

May 14, 2014
ORLANDO, Fla., 14 May 2014. Wind River rolled its Mobile Technology “Big Rig” Showcase up to AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems 2014.

ORLANDO, Fla., 14 May 2014. Wind River rolled its Mobile Technology “Big Rig” Showcase up to AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems 2014.

Wind River is showcasing the following:

· Building Cybersecurity into Your Critical Infrastructure: Learn how combined solutions from Intel, McAfee, and Wind River provide embedded-to-enterprise security for critical infrastructures, and how to obtain secure connectivity between security-hardened devices.

· FACE and Integrated Modular Avionics with VxWorks 653: See how VxWorks 653 can reduce size, weight, power, and costs (SWaP-C) of avionics as well as increase interoperability through the support of industry standards like ARINC 653 and Future Airborne Capabiity Environment (FACE).

· Multi-core Software Development with Wind River Simics and VxWorks: Discover how to maximize the power of multi-core performance with VxWorks. Learn how Wind River Simics, a full system simulator, can be used to revolutionize software development and integration activities on multi-core architectures.

· High Assurance Security with Multiple Independent Levels of Security: See how Wind River VxWorks MILS Platform can help reduce SWaP-C by combining applications having varying levels of security requirements on a single compute platform.

· Make Your A&D Networks Faster, Smarter, and More Secure: Learn how Wind River Intelligent Network Platform and Wind River Carrier Grade Communications Server can be used to reduce costs while improving the performance of the secure network infrastructure.

About the Author

Courtney Howard | Executive Editor

Courtney, as executive editor, enjoys writing about all things electronics and avionics in PennWell’s burgeoning Aerospace and Defense Group, which encompasses Military & Aerospace Electronics, Avionics Intelligence, the Avionics Europe conference, and much more. She’s also a self-proclaimed social-media maven, mil-aero nerd, and avid avionics geek. Connect with Courtney at [email protected], @coho on Twitter, and on LinkedIn.

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