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VAPS XT 661
Q: What is ARINC 661?
ARINC 661 defines two external interfaces between the CDS and the aircraft systems. The first interface is the interface between the avionics equipment (user systems) and the display system graphics generators. The second is a means by which symbology and its related behavior is defined. A user application is defined as a system that transmits data to the CDS, which, in turn can be displayed as visual graphical information to the flight deck crew. A user application can also include software or hardware that receives input from interactive graphics managed by the CDS. The CDS provides graphical and interactive services to user applications within the flight deck environment. When combined with data from user applications, it should display graphical images to the flight deck crew.
ARINC 661 defines an interface between the CDS and user applications (UA) and assumes that the application that controls the interface is within the CDS. On the other hand, ARINC 661 does not specify the "look and feel" of any graphical information.
eNGENUITY Technologies has been a member of the ARINC 661 Working Group since its inception. Recognizing that ARINC 661 is a significant departure from the current way that aircraft OEMs and their suppliers work together, Engenuity Technologies has developed a powerful set of tools that will facilitate collaboration and integration between OEMs, CDS suppliers and User Application developers. eNGENUITY's VAPS XT 661 toolset facilitates the development of ARINC 661 compliant applications and offers flexibility to define whatever look and feel is required for the graphical information.
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