Use Case for Cessna CJI/2/3 — The Cessna Citation CJ3 is a proven business jet with a remarkable combination of power, speed and flexibility, and it is considered the CJ family flagship aircraft. The CJ3 aircraft is powered by fuel-efficient Williams FJ44-3A turbofan engines, and controlled by a Goodrich dual-channel FADEC.
The responsibilities of MANNARINO in the Development program include:
Conducting system safety analysis (FHA & PSSA)
Developing, verifying and qualifying the FADEC operating system software to RTCA/DO-178B guidelines for Level A
Configuration design of engine overspeed protection system
Designing the FADEC channel switchover logic
Developing PLD hardware requirements specifications to RTCA/DO-254 Level A guidelines
Supporting engine and aircraft certification efforts with the FAA
The success of MANNARINO in this program is the fact that this generic operating system software has also installed on over 20 other airframe applications too without modification.
MANNARINO Systems & Software Inc.has announced that its real-time operating system, M-RTOS, which was recently launched, will achieve FAA approval on a Part 23 program within 18-24 months.
The most important factors influencing the M-RTOS selection for this program were affordability and compliance to ARINC 653 and RTCA/DO-178C. In addition, MANNARINO offers a unique one-stop shop for systems and software solutions including not only the M-RTOS but a full complement of engineering services that include systems engineering (ARP 4754A) and safety support (ARP 4761). MANNARINO also provides delegate services for software and airborne electronic hardware certification.
M-RTOS is a modular, flexible, affordable operating system for a wide range of aerospace applications, from COTS electronic hardware to federated LRU to IMA platforms. M-RTOS was designed to minimize memory and timing usage and outperform the competition on key benchmarks. M-RTOS guarantees robust spatial and temporal partitioning and is able to run on microprocessors incorporating memory protection.
The M-RTOS integrated development environment, MANNARINO Workbench, is an Eclipse-based tool suite that employs a modern web-based help system and a role-based approach structured to easily accommodate concurrent collaborative development with large distributed teams.
MANNARINO launches M-RTOS: a novel operating system in real time for defense and aerospace applications
Mannarino has announced that is launching their proprietary operating system in real time, M-RTOS. The revolutionary capabilities of this software are designed in order to achieve aerospace certification.
M-RTOS is a modular, flexible, affordable operating system for a wide range of defense applications, from COTS electronic hardware to LRU system in federated aircrafts, including IMA platforms. M-RTOS has been designed to minimize the use of both memory and timing. It ensures rugged partitioning of both time and space, and is suitable for microprocessors, which adds protections to the memory.
M-RTOS was designed to outdo all of its competitors due to its key parameters. Its design from the ground up eliminates the need of maintaining inherited interfaces, codes or configuration files, as well as compatibility and safety problems. M-RTOS complies with the ARINC-653 standard, the operating system industry standard. It is a certificable RTCA/DO-178C for any DAL.
Nicolas Ulysse, Chief Software Engineer, says : ‘‘M-RTOS was designed by aerospace engineers for aerospace application developers. MANNARINO Workbench, embedded with a M-RTOS, creates an innovative development environment which simplifies team working, collaboration and highest efficiency’’. John Mannarino, the president of the company, says: ‘‘The improvement in time and memory —more than 50%— related to market leaders allows the users to build bigger and more powerful applications. In addition, M-RTOS provides significant savings in cost of ownership’’.