Safety-Critical GS OpenGL Libraries for GPU and Graphics Cores
DO-178C safety-certifiable graphics OpenGL libraries with IEC-61508 functional safety
Mercury’s GS OpenGL library with BuiltSAFE™ technologies provides high-performance graphics drivers for safety-critical embedded computing platforms that employ hardware accelerated graphics devices such as GPUs and graphics cores in SoC devices. Part of the safety-critical graphics suite, the OpenGL drivers are designed for use in flight-safety systems in commercial and military aircraft, but are equally applicable to automotive navigation and infotainment systems, dashboard instrument clusters, and industrial controls to drive 3D graphics and to enhance the quality of 2D graphics output.
Mercury has built a strong reputation for providing high-reliability software development and system integration services. Our customized device software solutions are used in some of the most advanced safety-critical systems in the world. We have expertise with a wide range of real-time operating systems, graphics controllers, bus architectures, and processors.
- OpenGL library supports hardware-accelerated graphics for GPUs and GPU cores in CPUs and SoCs with multiple versions of the OpenGL API: OpenGL ES1.x, ES2.0, SC1.01, SC2.0
- AMD, Intel®, Xilinx®
- Certifiable: DO-178C, IEC-61508, ISO-26262 and IEC-62304
Accelerate Subsystem Development
Streamline safety-critical system development and the certification process with DO-254 / DO-178 design assurance checklists, guided assessments, and hardware and software artifacts.
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