This white paper looks at the use of open standards based Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) technologies to address Trusted Computing requirements in deployable embedded systems for aerospace and defense applications.
This white paper examines how building a system with a dissimilar redundant architecture can help overcome the challenges of meeting DO-254/178 DAL A requirements.
This white paper discusses different strategies for gathering data for flight data recorders and the implications these have on deployment time, system flexibility and suitability for deployment across a fleet of diverse aircraft.
Bringing Assured Positioning, Navigation, and Timing to the Field: Why a Holistic Approach is Needed
This white paper looks at how using complementary PNT technologies that leverage proven and trusted techniques to arrive at an A-PNT truth can protect personnel and equipment in the field.
This white paper discusses the need for, and challenge of, compact space COTS systems for modern space applications, in particular for small launcher applications.
Small Form Factor (SFF) Mission System Modularity Enables Choice of Distributed or Consolidated Architectures
This white paper explores how some of the use-case considerations and technological advances are driving system integrators to pursue a distributed over a consolidated system architecture and visa-versa.
Getting Secure, Intel-Based Solutions to Market Faster - Why the Hardware Vendor’s Boot Security Implementation Is So Important
This white paper looks at how solutions with the required boot security features built-in can reduce risks and get secure products to market faster.
This white paper looks at the history of Flight Data Recorders, their regulations, how these regulations are formulated and what the future may bring.
This white paper presents some of the challenges associated with managing instrumentation, data and certification over the life-time of a continued airworthiness program.
In this white paper, Tammy Carter explores the options available in choosing the right parallelization technique.