AIM-USA offers software functionality at the interface level in PBA.pro for databus interfaces

TREVOSE, Pa., 10 Nov. 2014. AIM-USA in Trevose, Pa., is introducing the PBA.pro Engine option for the AIM Ethernet based ANET avionics databus interface family to offer software functionality at the interface level.

AIM-USA offers software functionality at the interface level in PBA.pro for databus interfaces
AIM-USA offers software functionality at the interface level in PBA.pro for databus interfaces
TREVOSE, Pa., 10 Nov. 2014. AIM-USA in Trevose, Pa., is introducing the PBA.pro Engine option for the AIM Ethernet based ANET avionics databus interface family to offer software functionality at the interface level.

AIM's avionics databus interface family includes MIL-STD-1553, ARINC 429, and STANAG 3910/EFEX. The ANET embedded Linux operating system runs the PBA.pro application without a graphical user interface (GUI).

This enables PBA.pro projects, simulation setups, databases for payload decoding and scripts to execute onboard the ANET interface.

Users can control the PBA.pro Engine over an Ethernet TCP/IP connection without using native driver software. The ANET with the PBA.pro Engine can be used from any client Operating System (OS).

An embedded Web server and configuration application enables users to set up and control of the PBA.pro Engine inside the ANET via a web browser.

Users also can develop PBA.pro elements to be executed via the PBA.pro Engine offline. In addition the PBA.pro Engine control over Ethernet represents a high level application interface (API) for the ANET.

For more information contact AIM-USA online at www.aim-online.com.

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