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Bell 360 Invictus to be equipped with DDC-I avionics system - News

March 25, 2021

PHOENIX, Ariz. DDC-I, supplier of software and professional services for mission- and safety-critical applications, announced that its Deos safety-critical DO-178 real-time operating system has been selected by Bell Textron, Inc. for use in a Data Concentrator Unit (DCU) that will fly aboard the Bell 360 Invictus as part of the U.S. Army's Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) Competitive Prototype program. 


RTOS for NASA Dream Chaser cargo spacecraft will be sourced from DDC-I - News

June 19, 2020

PHOENIX, Ariz. Mission-critical software provider DDC-I has been chosen to provide its Deos safety-critical real-time operating system (RTOS) for use in a communications subsystem destined for the Dream Chaser Cargo System, which Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) is building for NASA.


Deos DO-178C RTOS FACE conformance announced by DDC-I - News

September 24, 2019
PHOENIX, Ariz. DDC-I, a leading supplier of software and professional services for mission- and safety-critical applications, announced that it has received the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) Conformance Certificate for its Deos DO-178C certifiable real-time operating system (RTOS). The certification covers the FACE Technical Standard, Edition 3.0 Safety Base, and Security Profiles for the Operating System Segment (OSS).

Avionics GPU, display solution released by CoreAVI, NAI, and DDC-I partnership - News

January 29, 2019
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Core Avionics & Industrial (CoreAVI), Arm, North Atlantic Industries (NAI), and DDC-I partnered to deliver an integrated safety-critical display and Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) computing solution designed for next-generation avionics systems.

SAFETY CRITICAL BLOG: Microkernels, de-centralized government and social order - Blog

October 29, 2014
SAFETY CRITICAL BLOG: In the early days, we lived in a physical world. Everything ran in supervisor mode, much like a commune. Unfortunately, with no leader, if was difficult to preserve order and contain errant and malicious code, so chaos and mischief ensued. A bad pointer was all that was needed to bring the most sophisticated equipment to its knees, witness the Mars Rover and its maddening encounter with that nettlesome rock.