Next-Generation Integrated Modular Architectures: A Cookbook for Scalable and Reusable Ethernet-Based Embedded Platforms

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  • 2017-01-2112

Published:
  • 2017-09-19
Abstract:
A specific set of architecture design patterns and computational models, used in integrated modular architectures for commercial domains can be deployed in other avionics, automotive and transportation domains. With the combination of different deterministic Ethernet protocol capabilities and selective application of best practices on non-blocking models of computation and communication, with strong resource sharing, isolation/partitioning and fault detection mechanisms, it is possible to design open Ethernet-based architectures which can host non-critical/soft-time and critical (hard RT, real-time) functions, and at the same time can support incremental modernization, reuse, and upgrades at significantly reduced system complexity and lifecycle costs. Accompanied with robust system engineering, components designed in compliance with RTCA DO-254/DO-178C DAL A and ARP4754/4761 system safety design assurance , novel integrated architectures can be designed to fit with robust modular form factors such as VPX.
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