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    Systems Architecture and Interfaces (SAI) Subcommittee Meeting Report, June 2019

    Systems Architecture and Interfaces (SAI) Subcommittee Meeting Report. Meeting held June 19-21, 2019, in Toulouse, France.

    Airbus hosted the SAI Subcommittee in Toulouse.

    The SAI Subcommittee reviewed proposals for distributed radio architectures for Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance (CNS) radios.

    Aircraft e-Enablement was discussed in the context of developing a standardized aircraft interface applicable to Airbus and Boeing. A new APIM 16-015 is being prepared to re-scope the activity.

    The Timely Recovery of Flight Data (TRFD) Working Group reported its progress in developing specifications for data streaming and deployable recorders used in conjunction with Global Aircraft Tracking.

    Eight new APIMs were supported by the SAI Subcommittee in anticipation of the AEEC Mid-Term Session in Seattle.

    • APIM 19-004 – Cabin Secure Media Independent Messaging
    • APIM 19-007 – Integrated Surveillance System (ISS) Evolution
    • APIM 19-008 – Weather Radar Evolution ARINC 708
    • APIM 19-009 – Traffic Surveillance, ADS-B, Transponder, TCAS
    • APIM 19-010 – Cockpit Display Interfaces, ARINC 661
    • APIM 19-011 – Software Distribution and Loading
    • APIM 19-012 – Application/Executive ARINC 653
    • APIM 19-013 – Cabin Galley Sensors and Positioning ARINC 810

    The next SAI Subcommittee meeting will be held October 8-9, 2019 at the Boeing Training Facility in Renton, Washington. The meeting will be followed by the AEEC Mid-Term Session to be held October 10-11, 2019.

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    653P5-1 Avionics Application Software Standard Interface, Part 5, Core Software Recommended Capabilities

    Part 5 defines additional ARINC 653 core software capabilities to ease integration on a variety of Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) hardware platforms by allowing platform suppliers to extend and customize it for use with their unique hardware platform. Supplement 1 expands the guidance provided on resource profiling and execution profiling pertinent to the use of multicore processors in avionics.

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    APIM 21-007: ARINC Specification 653: Avionics Application Software Standard Interface (four Supplements)

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    ARINC 653 Errata White Paper

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    Working Papers