Modular and Customizable Solutions
Genesys’ OASIS (Open Architecture System Integration Symbology) works in conjunction with standard aviation interfaces and can handle any custom-defined label in addition to all published standard labels for creating specific, user-defined symbology without affecting the certification of the displays. In fact, OASIS provides the aircraft OEM, integrator, or operator tremendous capability to interface with new devices and add new capabilities without the complexities associated with certification requirements.
The patented OASIS software lowers development, integration, and maintenance costs by leveraging standardized components, reducing development time, and enabling the ability to customize based upon the mission of the customer. This software is partitioned from the DO-178 software so it doesn’t require stringent FAA software certification. Examples include engine sensor indications, caution advisory warnings, simulated weapons pages, fire suppression water loads, and other mission specific information.
Genesys’ modular architecture allows for easier upgrades, replacements, and improvements without requiring major overhauls of the entire avionics system. This allows for scalability and flexibility in the overall avionics architecture. As technology advances or operational requirements change, new capabilities can be added or existing ones can be updated to meet the evolving needs of the aircraft operator.
Because the OASIS files do not require software certification, changes can be made quickly by Genesys or the customer on site, reducing significant development costs. New OASIS software can be uploaded directly to the installed avionics without requiring box removal. Integrating various avionics components through OASIS becomes smoother and less time-consuming, reducing labor and associated costs.
Genesys offers customer training to make changes to OASIS as new requirements arise, allowing integration of new technologies and capabilities without significant redesign. OASIS is designed to easily accommodate future advancements and enhancements without substantial system rework.