Mission & Flight Critical Processors
• Family of open architecture processors designed to meet mission computing requirements
• Compliant to Aviation Safety requirements for DO-254 and DO-178
• Open standards based for easy technology insertions
• Supports multiple video input and output channels
• Designed for the most extreme aviation applications
• Proven for Cockpit and Mission applications
• Scalable security solutions to prevent reverse engineering
• Security built into architecture from beginning
• Highly integrated Multi Levels of Security (MLS) systems and solutions to address cyber security threats
Designed for FACETM Conformance
• Turn-key software interface to integrate with FACETM software components
• Compatible with extensive library of FACETM applications
• Flexible design to support many mission requirements
Designed for HOSTTM Conformance
• Standardized set of cards
• Standardized interfaces to provide functionality
• Platform agnostic
Common Mission Processor (CMP)
Special Mission Processor (SMP)
The SMP is a highly versatile, highly integrated avionics processor designed for extreme military environments. The SMP combines safety-critical processing, integrated graphics and video processing and Windows® based processing in a single LRU. The SMP is qualified for MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD 461, MIL-STD-704 as well as TEMPEST and DO-178B Level A.
The SMP is designed to Open Systems Standards to allow implementation of Third-Party Software and hardware. The SMP has been deployed to enable integration of capabilities such as Common Terrain Following Radar System, Radio Frequency Countermeasure (RFCM) system, and Airborne Mission Networking (AbMN).
High Performance Embedded Processor
The Advanced Mission Computer II (AMCII) is a second generation embedded mission computer that provides critical core processing nodes as well as I/O processing and the optical network hub for interface to various subsystems throughout the aircraft.
The Integrated Core Processor (ICP) is one of the world’s smallest deployed liquid cooled, airborne super computer. The ICP provides the primary embedded computing elements capable of managing all aircraft subsystems and sensors. The ICP has the processing power to handle all sensor processing and mission planning. It is enabled with a high-speed photonic data network for low latency subsystem communications.