ANSYS SCADE Display
Design robust embedded displays for human machine interfaces
SCADE Display is part of the ANSYS Embedded Software family of products, which provides you with a versatile graphics design and development environment for embedded Human Machine Interfaces (HMI).
With native support for the OpenGL® SC1 & SC2 (Safety Critical) and ES1 & ES2 (Embedded System) standards, SCADE Display represents a new generation of graphics software development tools, spanning prototyping, display design, simulation, verification and validation, and certified code generation supporting several safety standards in a certifiable environment.
SCADE Display is tightly integrated with SCADE Suite to provide a comprehensive development environment for both embedded HMIs and their behavioral logic.
SCADE Display Applications
SCADE Display is used as an HMI display software prototyping and development tool by leading companies in the aerospace, rail transportation, automotive, nuclear and industrial domains. It is ideally suited to support the design of critical embedded display systems (multifunction displays, head-up displays, automotive clusters, digital instrumentation and control panels, etc.), but also to create schematics (electrical, hydraulic or plant mimic diagrams), as well as 2-D/3-D simulator displays and trainers for drivers, pilots, crews or testing and maintenance teams.
Tailored for Critical Embedded HMIs
SCADE Display drastically reduces critical project costs by providing WYSIWYG design entry with automatic qualified code generation technology. SCADE Display KCG Code Generator is qualifiable as a development tool under DO-178B level A and as a DO-330 TQL-1 tool under DO-178C. It is also certified under ISO 26262:2011 at TCL3/ASIL D and C, IEC 61508:2010 at T3/SIL 3, and EN 50128:2011 at T3/SIL 3/4.
SCADE Display KCG Certification Kits provide all material required by the certification authorities, including:
- Tool Qualification Plan (TQP)
- Tool Operational Requirements (TOR)
- Interface Requirement Specifications (IRS)
- Tool Accomplishment Summary (TAS) or Safety Case (SC)
- Compliance Analysis to Certification Standard
- Tool Installation Procedure (TIP)
- Tool Configuration Index (TCI)
- Other standard-specific documents