The Airbus Approach to Open Integrated Modular Avionics ( Ima ) : Technology , Methods , Processes and Future Road Map

@inproceedings{Butz2007TheAA,
  title={The Airbus Approach to Open Integrated Modular Avionics ( Ima ) : Technology , Methods , Processes and Future Road Map},
  author={Henning Butz},
  year={2007}
}
  • Henning Butz
  • Published 2007
Since twenty years the rapid increase of micro electronics performance according to Moore’s Law pushed the respective customer demand for more and smarter functionality on modern Aircraft (A/C) systems. In order to keep the volume, weight, power consumption and cost of avionic within reasonable limits the classical concept: one function = one avionic controller can finally not be maintained. Concepts are due to get multiple software (SW) functions of different origin and criticality level to be… CONTINUE READING

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