Intelligraphics Introduces Expanded Services for Safety Critical Software and Hardware Development at West 2014 in San Diego on February 11-13

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Intelligraphics is proud to announce an expanded line of custom software and hardware development services related to the Safety Critical needs of the government, our military, medical, aviation and private industry. Intelligraphics has a history of successfully developing advanced sniffer technologies, wireless security solutions, industrial controls, medical imaging and metering devices, graphics drivers for cockpit displays, off the shelf driver solutions for ruggedized equipment and GPS navigation systems and offers the broadest offering of custom services in the Safety Critical field.

OpenGL Safety Critical

The demand from our loyal customers in the Government, Military, Medical, Law Enforcement and Automotive communities made the addition of the highest quality Safety Critical Services a necessity. Said Scott Lawson CEO

Intelligraphics has over 20 years’ experience providing software development and system integration services to a worldwide customer base.

With the ever-increasing use of embedded systems in everyday devices, it is extremely important that the greatest care be taken to make certain that if a device fails, for any reason, harm is mitigated. Software mandated for any safety-critical system, requires extensive and deep knowledge not just at the software implementation level, but a considerable investment in meeting the applicable mandated safety standard, and the ability to pass the many audits before the software or hardware can be certified for deployment.

The open standard OpenGL® SC Safety Critical Profile simplifies safety-critical certification, guarantees repeat ability, allows compliance with real-time requirements, and facilitates porting of legacy safety-critical applications. Intelligraphics regularly ports applications upgrades and tests software to be ready for future certification needs.

For Avionics The DO-178B, and now the DO-178C Guidelines, require vigorous attention to approved processes and procedures. Our engineering team is expert in driver development under RTOS, and has the skills, expertise, tools, methods, procedures, and knowledge to produce a driver certifiable for aircraft use.

There are several standards for software for the Automotive industry: The recommended programming guidelines are MISRA-C (Guidelines for the use of the C language in critical systems), SPICE for methods and procedures control, and IEC 61508 for system level critical hardware and software implementation.

Medical equipment falls under the aegis of the FDA. There are several levels of device classification, depending upon if the device penetrates the body or not, or is used in an application which can impact on the health and well-being of a patient.

As with Aircraft and Automotive, graphics and other drivers and low-level controllers for the Industrial and Process Control area must be written with due attention to the multiplicity of applicable standards.

Intelligraphics is uniquely qualified to fill the advanced needs of the Safety Critical marketplace. Our engineering team offers significant expertise in a variety of real-time operating systems and hardware technologies. Specialties include USB, Audio, 2D and 3D Graphics, and Wi-Fi and driver development. Intelligraphics is a Certification Test Facility and has offices in Richardson TX and Bangalore India.

Please drop by our booth #1042 at West 2014 and meet with us to discuss how Intelligraphics Engineering Team can help get your Safety Critical Products to the marketplace in an economical timely manner. . If your offices are in the San Diego Area and you think a visit from us would be beneficial during the days before or after the expo please contact us with best dates and times and we are happy accommodate any schedule with an in person meeting.

Additional information about Intelligraphics is available at
Scott Lawson
1651 N. Collins Blvd.
Suite 260
Richardson, TX 75080
Ph: 469-951-8911

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