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WEBCAST: Boeing, Army discuss FACE alignment for Army avionics on December 10 at 2 pm est - News

November 24, 2020

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona. Boeing, in partnership with the U.S. Army, AdaCore, CoreAVI, Presagis, and Real-Time Innovations (RTI), will demonstrate an integrated Future airborne Capability Environment (FACE) commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) solution stack covering cockpit displays, graphics systems and data transport connectivity. This stack enables high mission capability using the world’s latest and most advanced avionics technologies designed to accelerate RTCA DO-178C DAL A safety certification and FACE conformance. The webcast, "Accelerating Avionics Design & Testing through FACE Conformance: An Integrated Model by Boeing, U.S. Army & Aerospace Leaders," will cover the stack and take place December 10, 2020, at 2 pm est. The presenters are Marc Moody, Technical Fellow, Boeing; Christopher Edwards, Systems Engineering Lead, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM); Chip Downing, Senior Market Development Director, Aerospace & Defense, RTI; Dr. Benjamin Brosgol, Senior Technical Staff, AdaCore; Michael Pyne, Director, Strategic Accounts & Solutions Architect, CoreAVI; and Matt Jackson, Technical Product Manager, PRESAGIS.


Image generator can plug into existing network - Product

March 03, 2019
The Panorama image generator from Presagis, a simulation and visualization product, is aimed at maximizing visioning performance by leveraging image-generation technology. Users can install, maintain, and use the CIGI standard, an open standards interface designed to promote a common way...

Unmanned-craft equipment companies adopt Presagis UAV simulator, as seen at AUVSI Xponential - News

May 02, 2018
XPONENTIAL 2018--DENVER and MONTREAL. Simulation software and solutions company Presagis has delivered its unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) simulator platform, which it calls UAV CRAFT, to Laflamme Aero (Coleraine, Quebec, Canada), the company leading the LX300 unmanned helicopter project.