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A Low-risk, COTS Approach to Building Safety Certifiable Processing Subsystems

Safety certification is ever more critical and widespread

This white paper describes how Mercury leverages a top-down approach to affordably decrease safety critical processing subsystem development time and program risk using DO-178 / DO-254 certifiable off-the-shelf building blocks.

Each individual building block must work together, without compromising safety. Specific mechanisms, such as time synchronization, specific bus topology and segregation are all designed within a pre-defined, interoperable and proven safety ecosystem. This holistic design approach removes the inefficiencies of the traditional safety design doctrine and instead builds in inherent safety that is scalable, highly interoperable and proven.

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