Dedicated Systems Australia invite visitors to their half-day seminar on ‘Meeting the Threats of the Next Decade’. The concepts presented will be valuable for people working in the Defence and Aerospace industries, and will also be relevant to anyone requiring high levels of reliability, performance and security in their products.
Engineers should optimise a complex, delicate balance of portability, speed, power, weight and space. To win and be profitable, aerospace and defence suppliers should take advantage of industry-leading COTS hardware, operating systems and middleware. Engineers should consider using advanced multicore processors to achieve required performance, integrate legacy and new applications, often from multiple teams and subcontractors, and even ensure safety and security by complying with strict certification standards such as DO-178B, Common Criteria and IEC 61508.
In the seminar, attendees are likely to learn about the latest in multicore processors and their support for robust operating software environments such as ARINC 653 APEX environments and multilevel secure products using the multiple independent levels of security (MILS) architecture.