Partnership aims to bring safety certifiable GPU compute for autonomous systems

March 12, 2019 //By Julien Happich
Partnership aims to bring safety certifiable GPU compute for autonomous systems
Airbus Defence and Space and Core Avionics & Industrial Inc. (CoreAVI) have joined forces to deliver safety certifiable GPU compute for airborne systems and applications that require the highest RTCA DO-178C/EUROCAE ED-12C DAL A safety certifications.

Based on the use of CoreAVI’s platforms for safety certifiable applications, including the company’s VkCore SC Vulkan-based compute driver architecture, the two companies will work together to fully define and be ready to deliver software and systems that perform safety critical GPU compute operations to enable the most advanced autonomous systems and other avionics applications that can take advantage of GPU compute functions.
Last February, the Khronos group announced the creation of the Vulkan Safety Critical Working Group Standards Initiative, a new committee designed to enable safety critical industries to take full advantage of the graphics and compute technology available with the Vulkan API. CoreAVI chairs the Vulkan SC Working Group and is driving forward new standards to support true GPU compute capabilities using graphics processors.

Today, the company offers Vulkan-based safety critical drivers for GPU compute as well as the COTS-D line of safety critical hardware IP to enable modern avionics platforms access to a complete safety critical embedded solution.


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