We are using iMX8M Mini (Part Number: MIMX8MM3CVTKZAA) which is built around Dual A53 Core (2xA53) and a M4 core. Our product will go to Avionics. Since aviation requires lot of certifications, we cannot use Linux (Yocto or similar) in our processor. We need to write Bare-Metal code for both the core from scratch.
I have couple of questions,
I talked about this with NXP, but they didn't give any concrete answer. Hence, posting here.
Let me know if you need any more information.
Thanks & Regards,
Aravind D. Chakravarti,
"Accord Global Technology Solutions Private Limited (AGTSPL) is part of the Accord Group of companies with primary focus on Aerospace, Embedded, Automotive and Enterprise products and engineering services.
"Accord Group was established in 1991 by five technologists who have worked in the field of Avionics and real time embedded systems over several decades."
So, surely, you must have the resources and experience in-house to answer these questions?
Thank you for your answer. Yes. We have developed lots of products which are certified for Aviation. However, this the first time, we are working on the processor which is this complex.
(Regarding tool qualification, I think what matters is the compiler, not the IDE. I will check with my other colleagues on this)
Aravind_Chakravarti said:(Regarding tool qualification, I think what matters is the compiler, not the IDE. I will check with my other colleagues on this)
Right, the tools to "build" the software (compiler, assembler, linker) but not the surrounding "goodies" like editor or IDE must be qualified.
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