Flight-Certifiable Subsystems

Certifiable avionic mission computing subsystems that streamline safety certification and tackle complex aerospace workloads

Built for Tomorrow’s Avionics

Modern sensors and AI need powerful flight-ready computing, but creating safe multi-core processing systems is difficult to achieve. Learn why Intel-based solutions are suited for future vertical lift (FVL) and urban air mobility (UAM).

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Proven BuiltSAFE™

Mercury BuiltSAFE™ technologies are modular, COTS elements complete with proven and reusable certification services and artifacts that meet the highest Design Assurance Level (DAL) objectives of DO- 178C and DO-254.

Backwards compatibility and a top-down design approach for interoperability and ease of pre-integration allows integrators to save time and cost while decreasing risk in the development of mission computing, avionics, networking and datalink/communications systems


Deploy Faster with Risk-Free Computing

Our safety-certifiable solutions are delivered with proven DAL artifacts that streamline the certification process and reduce malfunction risk for airborne applications.

Modern Technology

Certifiable AI for Autonomous Flight

Our scalable and safety-certifiable subsystems maintain competitive advantage and preempt future threats by bringing the latest commercial technologies to rapid, agile and autonomous missions.


Execute Airborne Missions with Confidence

Our power-efficient, rugged and compact subsystems preserve aircraft power resources and perform during demanding flight missions.

Case Study

Mid-Air Autonomous Refueling for Airbus

Challenge: A computer that enables safe, accurate and autonomous in-flight refueling without incident.

Solution: Mercury’s compact, DO-178/254 mission computer uses real-time video data to guide successful connection.



Case Study: Boeing retrieves UAV flight data with a crash-survivable video recorder

Boeing used Mercury's crash-survivable FAERITO video recorder to gather critical data from test...


Ready for take-off? Let’s set your electronics to airplane mode.

Most of us have heard an aircraft safety demonstration – a short pitch that reminds us to fasten...


White Paper: Safety Certifiable Computing for Tomorrow's Avionics

Modern sensors and AI need powerful flight-ready computing, but creating safe multi-core processing...


Supporting Significant Avionics Market Trends

Discover how safety-certifiable computing is evolving to meet the application requirements of next...