Avionic Design specializes in development and manufacturing of components for avionic applications. Know-how in the field of embedded systems and experience in certification according to aviation standards are the basis for reliable development.
The results are state-of-the-art, versatile control components which complete a range of tasks within the aircraft cabin. Integrated into innovative systems, our components are used to control aircraft seats, in flight entertainment systems (IFE) cabin lights, attendant calls and many other system functions.
Touch screen terminals with different screen sizes and intuitive user interfaces are used, as well as capacitive switch panels or commonly known membrane keypads.
The med@com is a multifunctional terminal for hospital communications that has been developed by Avionic Design. The multi-purpose terminal is comprehensive patient entertainment platform and can be used to access a patients data-base, improving workflow in hospitals.
The med@com improves and optimises hospital workflow through electronic patient files, food ordering and documentation at the patient bed. By a soft touch of a finger on the intuitive touch screen menu, the patient can surf the net, watch TV and use many services from the IT world. In order to meet different demands we offer a variety of system components such as DSL-modems, DSLAMs, video server and complete installation support.
PlutuX™ is an ultra low power embedded streaming client solution. It features the first carrier board for Avionic Design’s NVIDIA® Tegra™ 2 processor module (1373-101). Targeting power sensitive embedded multimedia front-end applications, it has been designed and optimized to meet economic and power efficiency requirements while not sacrificing reliability. Due to the modular concept it is an ideal basis for customized designs.
Running GNU/Linux it is the perfect platform for professional systems.
Avionic Design does have a complete GNU/Linux distribution which is naturally available in sources. Furthermore we will support selected FOSS projects to allow self contained, independent systems.
Visit us on the Embedded World 2011 in cooperation with NVIDIA (Hall 9, Booth 578).