Ada and GNAT
Pro continue to see a growing usage in high-integrity and safety-certified applications, including commercial aircraft avionics, military systems, air traffic management/control, railroad systems, and medical devices, and in security-sensitive domains such as financial services.
NEW YORK, PARIS & TOULOUSE, France -- AdaCore, provider of Ada tools and expertise for the mission-critical, safety-critical, and security-critical software communities, today announced that Eurocopter has chosen the GNAT
Pro High-Integrity Edition for development of an ARINC-653 demonstrator for military helicopters.
Rockwell Collins selected the GNAT
Pro tool chain to port the existing Ada codebase from the aircraft's previous display system to a modern processor, as the most efficient and lowest risk approach to system modernization.
In developing the Blaze system, Singo used several AdaCore products that complement the GNAT
Pricing for GNAT
Pro subscriptions starts at $15,000.
The company selected AdaCore and the GNAT
Pro High Integrity Edition for DO-178B to develop the critical ground stations software and the data link management software, which will run on the Wind River VxWorks 653 Platform.
0 is currently available as part of the GNAT
Pro Ada Development Environment as well as the SPARK Pro and CodePeer Pro toolsets, and customers can download it via the GNAT
Current Digicomp projects using Ada and GNAT
Pro include: the Mode 4 Interrogation Support rack-mount computer system; the Air Surveillance and Control System, which is used for weapons control, bombing range safety, and surveillance; and the Operational Flight Program (OFP) for the Symbol Generator Unit (SGU) on the MH53-J helicopter.
Yousuf closed in and gave a two second burst from his six lethal machine guns, which registered direct hit on the Gnat
But after the tragic death of Gnat
team member Kevin Whyman - when the plane he was flying crashed near the CarFest event in Oulton Park on August 1 - the team has now withdrawn from all August events - including Skylive.
RAF-trained Kevin Whyman, 35, was killed on Saturday when his Folland Gnat
nose-dived and crashed after a low-level pass at CarFest.
RAF-trained Kevin Whyman, 35, was killed when his Folland Gnat
nosedived and crashed after a low flypast at CarFest.