Civil Aircraft Advanced Avionics Architecutres - An Insight Into Saras Avionics, Present and Future Perspective13;

Ananda, CM (2007) Civil Aircraft Advanced Avionics Architecutres - An Insight Into Saras Avionics, Present and Future Perspective13;. In: Symposium on Aircraft Design, 14th June 2007, Bangalore, India.

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Traditionally, the avionics architectures being implemented are of federated nature, which means that each avionics function has its own independent, dedicated fault-tolerant computing resources. Federated architecture has great advantage of inherent fault containment and at the same time envelops a potential risk of massive use of resources resulting in increase in weight, looming,13; cost and maintenance as well.13; With the drastic advancement in the computer and software13; technologies, the aviation industry is gradually moving towards the use of Integrated Modular Avionics(IMA) for civil transport aircraft, potentially leading to multiple avionics functions housed in each hardware platform. Integrated Modular Avionics is the most important13; concept of avionics architecture for next generation aircrafts. SARAS avionics suite is purely federated with almost glass cockpit architecture complying to FAR25. The Avionics activities from the inception to execution are governed by the regulations and procedures under the review of Directorate General of Civil Aviation(DGCA). Every phase of avionics activity has got its own technically involvement to make the system perfect.13; In addition the flight data handling, monitoring and analysis is again a thrust area in the civil aviation industry leading to safety and reliability of the machine and the personnel involved. NAL has been in this area for more than two decades and continues to excel in13; these technologies.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
Uncontrolled Keywords: ARINC 429;Integrated Modular Avionics(IMA);Engine Indication;Crew Alerting System (EICAS);Automatic Flight Control System (AFCS);Real-time simulation;FAR 25; FAA, DGCA;Failure Mode;Effect Analysis ( FMEA)
Subjects: AERONAUTICS > Aircraft Stability and Control
Depositing User: Ms Indrani V
Date Deposited: 15 Jun 2007
Last Modified: 07 Jun 2010 08:08

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