RTCA/DO-178B/C Airborne Software

Airborne software engineering represents MANNARINO’s largest service offering by volume. Since our inception, we have been working with our clients on all aspects of software life cycle support to both RTCA/DO-178B and, more recently, RTCA/DO-178C guidelines.

Working closely with our customers, MANNARINO proposes practical solutions meeting our customer’s needs. Our solutions range from complete software life cycle data generation (i.e. PSAC to SAS) for DAL A applications using our proprietary software engineering processes to reverse engineering and verification of software requirements per our customer’s plans and standards.

MANNARINO has developed the entire embedded software for some of our client’s products including boot strap software, on-line loaders, real-time executive software, driver software, application software and fault management software. We have significant experience with model-based software development and automatic code generation. We have worked on convention single core processors as well as more advanced multicore processors. Also, we have worked collaboratively with our customers using various worksplit models tailored to minimize program cost by utilizing our customer’s product expertise with our world-class RTCA/DO-178/C skillset.

MANNARINO has significant experience with both federated and IMA systems. We have worked on numerous federated systems ranging from FADECs to HUMS to aerial refueling systems. Our IMA experience ranges from selection of ARINC 653 RTOS software to the development of software partition applications.

MANNARINO’s wide-ranging RTCA/DO-178B/C expertise is ideally suited for our growing and varied customer requests.

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    MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA - Monday, 3 April 2017  – Mannarino Systems & Software Inc. (MANNARINO) announced today that it has signed an Investment Framework Agreement under the Industrial and Technological Benefits (ITB) Policy with Lockheed Martin (NYSE: ...

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