Physical Optics Corporation and ANSYS Streamline Avionics Development for U.S. Military Aircraft

Model-based solution slashes avionics software development time by over 50%.

Model-based solution slashes avionics software development time by over 50%.

Physical Optics Corporation (POC) is using ANSYS simulation software solutions to develop avionics for U.S. military aircraft. ANSYS SCADE Solutions for ARINC 661 Applications (Ansys SCADE for ARINC 661), will enable POC to reduce development time and accelerate certification— integrating new functionality at a much lower cost.

U.S. Department of Defense legacy aircraft equipped with aging avionics and controls require costly upgrades to add new capabilities. Efficient model-based software development with qualified code generation offers a more streamlined approach to decrease software cost and development while effectively managing highly complex designs.

“We selected Ansys SCADE for ARINC 661 with the hope of significantly streamlining model-based software development and lowering the risk path to certification,” says Omar Facory, vice president of Mission Systems at POC. “Ansys SCADE 661 is instrumental for driving interoperability and reusability—enabling our team to easily update new functionality for military aircraft as it becomes available.”

ANSYS SCADE for ARINC 661 provides model-based software development and automatic qualified code generation to quickly create and certify avionics software. Development time can be greatly reduced while adhering to ARINC 661, DO-178C and the FACE Technical Standard. ANSYS SCADE 661 expedites integration of new functionalities and reduces platform-specific design.

“Ansys SCADE for ARINC 661 provides the ability to rapidly generate avionics software in full compliance with ARINC 661 and enables alignment to the FACE Technical Standard,” says Eric Bantegnie, vice president and general manager at ANSYS. “This delivers outstanding reliability, dramatically increases productivity, achieves a top-tier level of quality and swiftly expedites software certification, while fully qualifying with DO-178C.”

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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