LYNX MOSA.ic supports Gray Eagle UAS Software Modernization
San Jose, California, August 26, 2020 – Lynx Software Technologies, an innovator in modern...
Collins Aerospace, a Raytheon Technologies business, has selected the LYNX MOSA.ic for Avionics framework as the foundation for its next-generation Perigon flight control and vehicle management computer. Perigon will have the ability to provide 20 times the processing power of Collins’ existing flight control computers, thousands of which are currently in service on a multitude of platforms worldwide.
Mercury, a leader in trusted, secure mission-critical technologies for aerospace and defense, today announced its new line of safety-certifiable 3U OpenVPX™ SOSA-aligned avionics modules designed to accelerate critical avionics applications and streamline subsystem development and platform safety certification.
The following are sets of Lynx software packages, 3rd party technologies, and associated tools which Lynx has proven to reliably work together for rapidly building robust avionics, industrial, and unmanned systems.
With many suppliers focused on the security of these systems, Lynx appears to be one of the few worrying about high reliability of platforms over 10+ year product lifecycles.
We are excited that both NXP and Arm architectures are now supported within the LYNX MOSA.ic framework. It offers an exceptional technology for managing the complexity associated with multicores, reducing the design and certification time for safety critical systems based on NXP Layerscape and QorIQ SoCs.
The inclusion of FreeRTOS as a guest of the LynxSecure separation kernel hypervisor will give developers an easy and low cost path to development and integration of complex systems, with a path to a fully safety-certifiable solution.
LYNX MOSA.ic helps reduce the cost and time investment for customers developing, certifying and deploying innovative platforms.