ScioTeq, a provider of mission-critical avionics visualization and computing solutions, today announced it is launching its open and modular PU-5200 Certifiable Display Computer this month, June 2023.
This industry leading Open Architecture Display Computer utilizes ScioTeq’s DAL-A Certifiable MOSArt software framework which can drive all the Avionics visualization displays in any aircraft, whether it’s ScioTeq’s, a 3rd party’s or a combination of both. Replacing ScioTeq’s previous generation of aircraft display computers, this platform revolutionizes display computers by increasing the ease in porting and integrating applications by avionics system integrators and allowing them to fully control their own IP without external dependencies. What this all boils down to is increased performance, reliability, and flexibility to support operations, as well significant cost savings, rapid deployment of new technology and technical upgrades, and interoperability of systems. When combined with the ScioTeq Display products, integrators have access to a Modular and Open de-risked, high-integrity visualization solution.
“We are excited to launch our PU-5200 display computer including our MOSArt Framework software at the Paris Air Show, the granddaddy of all events dedicated to the aviation and space industry,” said Rob Gibbs, CEO at ScioTeq. “The venue provides the perfect backdrop to introduce this revolutionary system which provides critical support to commercial and military air operations. We look forward to showing it to visitors at our booth (#3-AB162) in the American pavilion.”
ScioTeq’s next-gen display computer utilizes the latest generation of ARM-core based processors, providing powerful multi core computing and rendering capabilities for complex operations. The computer is designed to meet the stringent requirements of military operations, including shock and vibration resistance, high reliability, and low power consumption. Additionally, ScioTeq’s state-of-the-art video displays provide clear and precise visual information to support mission-critical tasks.
MOSArt is based on several principles of the MOSA enabling standards that are widely accepted, supported and recognized worldwide. They support interoperability, portability, and scalability, and they support a faster evolution of capabilities and technologies throughout the product life cycle through the use of modularity, open systems standards, and appropriate business practices.