To comply with software safety certification and/or quality requirements while keeping up with emerging technology and initiatives for cockpit displays, software designers and developers will need to leverage model-based development tools for high-reliability embedded control, cockpit displays and human-machine interface applications.
Join us as we take a closer look at the latest innovations made to ANSYS SCADE and how it enables avionics cockpit display software design for ARINC 661. This webinar will explore how ANSYS is further streamlining embedded avionics cockpit display system software design and workflow integration, offering the largest worldwide coverage of the ARINC 661 standard. This includes:
Bridging the gap between graphic design and software engineering for more creative — yet safe — user interfaces embedded into the cockpit
Increasing HMI model creation efficiency and enabling VR-based closed-loop simulations with ANSYS VRXPERIENCE HMI
Streamlining embedded avionics cockpit display system software design and workflow integration, offering the largest worldwide coverage of the ARINC 661 standard
Offering a new ARINC 661 test automation framework to automate the testing of the SCADE ARINC 661 widgets library, thus considerably reducing the usually high cost of testing activities in certified environments