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Hybrid Blockchain-Enabled Secure Microservices Fabric for Decentralized Multi-Domain Avionics Systems [article]

Ronghua Xu, Yu Chen, Erik Blasch, Alexander Aved, Genshe Chen, Dan Shen
2020 arXiv   pre-print
data fusion and multi-domain operations for avionics systems.  ...  A hybrid blockchain fabric based on two-level committee consensus protocols is proposed to enable decentralized security architecture and support immutability, auditability and traceability for data provenience  ...  Future efforts include further simulation and development towards a prototype for multi-domain avionics scenarios.  ... 
arXiv:2004.10674v1 fatcat:yrgwlawkg5fp5e4kjzt47jeyze

Forward Design Method of Avionics System Based on Communication

Yuyang Peng, omar cheikhrouhou
2021 Mobile Information Systems  
This article is a communication-based forward design method for avionics systems.  ...  This article introduces the two existing architectures of the integrated avionics system, compares and analyzes them, and then elaborates the integrated avionics system architecture based on trusted computing  ...  According to the standards proposed by avionics Architecture Committee, a complete avionics architecture and several independent security architectures are established in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/5984066 fatcat:4kwtl3vburfonjdqne35hwkpze

Methodologies for driving ambient systems

Haroon Malik, Ansar-Ul-Haque Yasar, Elhadi M. Shakshuki
2017 Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing  
The third paper by Robati et al. is entitled "Design and Simulation of Distributed IMA Architectures using TTEthernet: A Model-Driven Approach".  ...  Towards this end, the paper has introduced a novel decision theoretical model of friendship acceptance, with incomplete information, that has been used to build different network structures determined  ...  The third paper by Robati et al. is entitled "Design and Simulation of Distributed IMA Architectures using TTEthernet: A Model-Driven Approach".  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12652-017-0455-y fatcat:oropk3hwwjhrjj5eemcg5tyaia

Avionics Architectures for Exploration: Wireless technologies and human spaceflight

Montgomery B. Goforth, James E. Ratliff, Richard J. Barton, Raymond S. Wagner, Chatwin Lansdowne
2014 2014 IEEE International Conference on Wireless for Space and Extreme Environments (WiSEE)  
The authors describe ongoing efforts by the Avionics Architectures for Exploration (AAE) project chartered by NASA's Advanced Exploration Systems (AES) Program to evaluate new avionics architectures and  ...  technologies, provide objective comparisons of them, and mature selected technologies for flight and for use by other AES projects.  ...  We have also made significant strides toward the goal of a flexible avionics architecture that can be used to evaluate future concepts/architectures/components for both our nominal L2 Station and other  ... 
doi:10.1109/wisee.2014.6973073 dblp:conf/wisee/GoforthRBWL14 fatcat:jniuh4zcgrgfbd6m4mxnnjxnzu

Avionics of Aerial Robots

Thanakorn Khamvilai, Joel Dunham, Eric Feron, Eric N. Johnson
2021 Current Robotics Reports  
Recent Findings The development trend of avionics for unmanned aerial systems tends toward the one used for a large aircraft both in the structure of the architecture and in design and implementation processes  ...  Purpose of Review This work provides an overview of avionic systems, which can be used as an entry point to learn about their architecture and components, and as a guide for studying the recent development  ...  This progression mirrors the development in manned systems avionics from integrated systems to distributed, open architecture systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s43154-021-00051-8 fatcat:h7zhhpvvqjdlnd54y5qwyjnn6e

New Challenges for Future Avionic Architectures [chapter]

Frédéric Boniol
2013 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
This article has a twin objectives: firstly to survey the state of the art of existing avionic architectures, including the IMA (for Integrated Modular Avionic) architecture of the most recent aircraft  ...  Hence, avionic architectures have become a central component of an aircraft.  ...  Foisseau for his valuable contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-00560-7_1 fatcat:duz6nhy7hrfvlnddxzeqzn7qgq

A Step-Wise Approach for Integrating QoS throughout Software Development [chapter]

Stéphanie Gatti, Emilie Balland, Charles Consel
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
For example, in the avionics domain, the ARINC 664 standard defines a data network that provides deterministic QoS guarantees.  ...  In this paper, we propose a declarative approach for specifying QoS requirements that covers the complete software development process, from the requirements analysis to the deployment.  ...  For example, in the avionics domain, a flight management application is a control-loop system that (1) senses the environment for location and other navigation information, (2) computes the trajectory  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-19811-3_16 fatcat:rtl44kkzhfe3pkylgwhi53selm

An Investigation into the Interrelationship between Aircraft Systems and Final Assembly Process Design

Tao Li, Helen Lockett
2017 Procedia CIRP  
This research aims to develop a concept of unified master data for final assembly design, which contains 3D geometrical CAD, system functions and interaction characteristics.  ...  In this paper, the research proposes a method based on a systems engineering view and integrated computer aided design (CAD) to help better understand system interactions and generate viable final assembly  ...  , avionics cooling, fuel tank pressurization and vent • Electrical energy: power supply and remote distribution for other systems • Information flow: sensor/probe data, system control logic transform through  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procir.2017.01.056 fatcat:iikl5pnntnfavlzsjgcy77635q

Design of Intelligent and Open Avionics System Onboard [chapter]

Changqing Wu, Xiaodong Han, Yakun Wang
2021 Satellite Systems - Design, Modeling, Simulation and Analysis  
, distributed measurement and drive, and software and hardware 'modular' design" to build a universal, standardized, and scalable intelligent avionics system.  ...  This chapter focuses on the application requirements of the new generation of intelligent avionics system for future communication satellites and adopts an "open" architecture of "centralized management  ...  The avionics system architecture (ASA) is designed as a data bus (DB)-based real-time distributed computer system.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.93141 fatcat:hddcstxoqrdklne5h7gx4lfphu

Steps Towards Scalable and Modularized Flight Software for Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Johann C. Dauer, Lukas Goormann, Christoph Torens
2014 International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems  
This paper thus presents a conceptual design for flight software that can be evaluated on the UA of convenient size.  ...  This scalability is achieved by using exchangeable payload modules and a flexible process distribution on different processing units.  ...  This rearrangement of the avionics, however, requires a flexible and scalable software architecture.  ... 
doi:10.5772/58363 fatcat:c2mhrpee4narnhedffnpbhqmhy

nSHIELD-Gateway - A Hybrid FPGA-Microprocessor based Architecture to Foster the Interconnection of Embedded Systems

Marco Aiello, Antonio Bruscino, Antonio Di Marzo, Michele Paragliola
2014 Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Pervasive and Embedded Computing and Communication Systems  
Nowadays resources and data are shared among ESs to create new systems, services and applications.  ...  The design of a dynamically composable ES has several pitfalls such as security, safety and privacy that are not easy to handle due to the shortage of tools and standard design methodologies.  ...  Both IMA and RIU are redundant for a matter of dependability as required by the avionic standards. The IMA Central Unit interacts with the RIU via an ETH/AFDX DATA link.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0004713201360141 dblp:conf/peccs/AielloBMP14 fatcat:ogpc5gxoongqrmmkgdshgsh42u

Supporting ARINC 653-based Dynamic Reconfiguration

Victor Lopez-Jaquero, Francisco Montero, Elena Navarro, Antonio Esparcia, Jose Antonio Catal'n
2012 2012 Joint Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture and European Conference on Software Architecture  
As the software for avionics becomes more complex, the challenge to provide the required reliability and safety mechanisms becomes also more complex.  ...  Embracing the ARINC 650 and 653 standards to provide a means to embark several systems into a single hardware cabinet opens the door to the development of even more elaborated software avionics systems  ...  Therefore, Federated Avionics Architectures (FAA) make use of distributed avionics functions that are packaged as self-contained units [24] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/wicsa-ecsa.212.9 dblp:conf/wicsa/Lopez-JaqueroMNEC12 fatcat:txadgpggjvekzip2hoxnl77hny

Provably dependable software architectures

Victoria Stavridou, R. A. Riemenschneider
1998 Proceedings of the third international workshop on Software architecture - ISAW '98  
We focus on architecture hierarchies as a means of enabling such demonstrations. We pose a challenge problem for dependable software architectures and we propose a research agenda for solving it.  ...  Dependable architectures demonstrably possess properties such as safety, security, and fault tolerance.  ...  The software architecture community has made great strides toward characterizing and capturing system descriptions appropriately and toward providing linguistic support for de ning families of software  ... 
doi:10.1145/288408.288442 fatcat:anrjqc5korgwznhccnthezmd3i

Digital Transformation in Complex Systems

Nicolette Lakemond, Gunnar Holmberg, Anders Pettersson
2022 IEEE transactions on engineering management  
A longitudinal study of avionics development since the 1950s uncovers the application of digital technologies, first as a sequence of initial experiments, followed by the use as add-on functionality, then  ...  Several avenues for further research are outlined.  ...  The use of a central computer for information sharing in the Viggen was initially based on the concentration of all information.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tem.2021.3118203 fatcat:7ejbsutdmzgtzkz2ml6ax5wdqa

How to Extend the Capabilities of Space Systems for Long Duration Space Exploration Systems

Neville I. Marzwell
2005 AIP Conference Proceedings  
spacerated avionics architecture.  ...  Their respective hardware architectures range from fully centralized to fully distributed.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.1867242 fatcat:wkgbqm7spjh35krx6a6aaqyaya
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