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Want to learn how our tools and processes can be applied to your product development lifecycle? Check out one of our case studies at: https://www.certon.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/CERTON_IEE_Case_Study.pdf

About CERTON: https://www.certon.com/
About Cyient: http://www.cyient.com/
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CERTON Cares donates over 620 pounds of school supplies to Harbor City Elementary School in Melbourne, FL.
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CERTON Completes FACE™ Verification for Rockwell Collins

Melbourne, FL, July 19, 2017: CERTON, a Cyient company, and an approved Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) Verification Authority, has completed verification activities on the Rockwell Collins’ Avoidance Re-router portable component, certified to the FACE Technical Standard. The FACE Technical Standard is the open avionics standard for making military computing operations more robust, interoperable, portable and secure. Rockwell Collins’ software component, was independently verified against the FACE Conformance Verification Matrix by CERTON engineers and the certification was then affirmed by the FACE Certification Authority, Vanderbilt University. The certification allows Rockwell Collins to integrate their products into multiple aircraft.

Tim Stockton, CEO, CERTON and Vice President of Global Avionics, Cyient, said, “As a member of The Open Group FACE Consortium, we are proud of the solutions that our engineering team delivers to FACE customers. Our efforts have helped streamline product integration with other FACE software components, and we look forward to undertaking more verification projects as our experience continues to grow.”

About The Open Group FACE™ Consortium

The Open Group FACE Consortium was formed in June 2010 as a government and industry partnership to define an open avionics environment for use across multiple aircraft types. Today, it is an aviation-focused professional group made up of industry suppliers, customers, and users. It provides a vendor-neutral forum for the industry and the government to work together to develop and consolidate the open standards, best practices, guidance documents, and business models necessary to result in:

- Standardized approaches for using open standards within avionics systems
- Lower implementation costs of FACE systems
- Standards that support a robust architecture and enable quality software development
- The use of standard interfaces that will lead to reuse of capabilities
- Portability of applications across multiple FACE systems and vendors
- Procurement of FACE conformant products
- More capabilities reaching the Warfighter faster
- Innovation and competition within the avionics industry

About CERTON: https://www.certon.com/

About Cyient: http://www.cyient.com/
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During the month of June, CERTON Cares sponsored a collection for the South Brevard Sharing Center. This organization assists the community by offering food, clothing, and household items through case-managed services. More information can be found at http://www.mysbsc.org/
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2017 CERTON Employee Appreciation Week has begun!
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+Cyient's Anand Parameswaran and Ian Thompson explore the evolution of the aircraft wing via https://www.theengineer.co.uk/the-evolution-of-the-aircraft-wing/
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+Cyient Completes Acquisition of +CERTON

The recent acquisition of CERTON will enhance Cyient’s ability to significantly reduce risk and time-to-market for safety-critical products for its clients in the Aerospace, Medical & Transportation industries.

India, March 7, 2017 — Cyient Limited (“Cyient”), through its wholly owned U.S. subsidiary Cyient Inc., has acquired 100% ownership of CERTON Software Inc. (“CERTON”). The acquisition of CERTON will strengthen Cyient’s business by adding unique, model-based systems engineering tools and test automation capabilities that are used to design, develop, simulate, validate, and verify safety-critical embedded systems, software, and electronic hardware.

Based in Melbourne, Florida, USA, with a core team of around 45 people and incorporated in 2006, CERTON is an IP-led, innovative provider of full product life-cycle engineering services to companies seeking certification approval for safety-critical products. These solutions cater primarily to the Aerospace and Defense industry, but also in the Medical and Transportation sectors.

Anand Parameswaran, Senior Vice President, Aerospace and Defense, Cyient, commented, “Cyient is very proud of our engineering capabilities, especially in the Aerospace and Defense industry. The acquisition of CERTON will not only further strengthen our presence in the avionics market, but also support our manufacturing services. CERTON’s solutions in the regulatory certification design, development, validation and verification (V&V) domain will enhance our competencies in the Medical and Transportation industries as well.”

Mr. Timothy Stockton, CEO and Founder of CERTON, stated, “We believe that our core capabilities in modeling, simulation, and automation of embedded safety-critical systems validation and verification (V&V) combine with Cyient’s global reach, financial strength, and engineering expertise to provide customers an unprecedented Design Led Manufacturing (DLM) offering in the Aerospace and Defense, Medical and Transportation industries. CERTON is proud and excited to be part of the Cyient family and we look forward to what we can accomplish together in the marketplace.”

Cyient had earlier announced a definitive agreement to acquire CERTON on January 24, 2017.

About Cyient:
Cyient (Estd: 1991, NSE: CYIENT) provides engineering, manufacturing, geospatial, network and operations management services to global industry leaders. Cyient leverages the power of digital technology and advanced analytics capabilities, along with their domain knowledge and technical expertise, to help clients solve complex business problems. As a Design-Build-Maintain partner that takes solution ownership across the value chain, Cyient empowers its clients to focus on their core, innovate, and stay ahead of the curve.

Relationships form the core of how Cyient works. With a client-centric approach and a workforce of nearly 14,000 in 21 countries, Cyient combines global delivery with proximity to its clients to function as their extended team. Cyient’s industry focus includes aerospace and defense, medical, telecommunications, rail transportation, semiconductor, utilities, industrial, energy and natural resources.

Follow news about the company at @Cyient.
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CERTON featured in Avionics Magazine discussing DO-178C: Software for NextGen Avionics, UAVs and More.

“One of the biggest challenges we see with any safety-critical product development effort is what I refer to as the ‘great divide’ between management, systems, software, and validation and verification engineering teams,” says Tim Stockton.

http://interactive.aviationtoday.com/avionicsmagazine/february-2017-march-2017/do-178c-software-for-nextgen-avionics-uavs-and-more/
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Safety-Critical Airborne Software & Electronic Hardware Certification
ARP-4754 | ARP-4761 | DO-178 | DO-254
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CERTON Becomes the First Commercial Entity to Complete FACE™ Conformance Verification Activities for Harris FliteScene® Software

Recently affirmed FACE™ Verification Authority, CERTON, is the first commercial entity to complete all verification activities on the Harris FliteScene® in accordance with the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) Technical Standard and FACE Conformance Policy.

Melbourne, FL January 17, 2017 – Day 2 of the final Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) Consortium meeting of 2016 convened to discuss and promote reusability and interoperability of software components. Harris Corporation, in addition to hosting the FACE meeting at their Palm Bay facility, announced conformance for their FliteScene® software. Judy Cerenzia, The Open Group FACE™ Consortium Program Director, presented Brad Truesdell, Director of Programs for Avionics Business Unit at Harris, with the official FACE Conformance Certificate for FliteScene. Brad states, “Harris Corporation has been a proud member of the FACE Consortium since its inception, and conformance verification for Flitescene is a momentous step forward.” Harris FliteScene Digital Map is a high performance, combat proven, feature rich, digital moving map software product that provides advanced situational awareness for the most demanding conditions faced by both civilian and military flight crews. FliteScene supports advanced terrain awareness and obstacle avoidance features to help keep you safe during your mission. http://www.Harris.com/solution/flitescene-digital-map

The Open Group FACE conformance Verification Authority (VA) activities were executed by CERTON Engineering in Melbourne, FL. CERTON is a trusted leader in DO178, DO254, ARP4754, and ARP4761 airborne safety certification. Doug Williams, Chief Systems Engineer at Harris, had the following to say about the interactions with CERTON and the FACE Conformance Process:

“Conformance verification activities ensure that our customers receive quality solutions that meet the growing need for common software architecture. The standards established by the FACE Consortium are a significant step forward in open architecture initiatives. CERTON provided an effective, timely, and in-depth analysis in their important role as a FACE Verification Authority and are valuable partners in achieving this goal.”

CERTON is one of only two commercial VAs and the only commercial VA to have performed verification activities on a FACE Certified UoC (Unit of Conformance). FACE Certification was affirmed by the FACE CA Certification Authority, Vanderbilt University. Justin Bragan, CERTON Director of Sales and Business Development, said:

“The FACE Technical Standard is an important enabler for building meaningful and reusable software components for today and tomorrow’s airborne systems. CERTON is proud to be a part of the FACE consortium and honored to be one of only a handful of FACE VAs. Our goal as a VA is to accurately verify FACE conformance with minimal impact to the companies developing FACE UoCs. For FliteScene, CERTON completed our VA activities in less than 10 days. We hope our involvement promotes additional interest and utilization of the FACE Technical Standard.”

About The FACE Technical Standard
The FACE Technical Standard, http://www.OpenGroup.org/FACE, is the open avionics standard for making military computing operations more robust, interoperable, portable and secure. The standard enables developers to create and deploy a wide catalog of applications for use across the entire spectrum of military aviation systems through a common operating environment. The latest edition of the standard further promotes application interoperability and portability with enhanced requirements for exchanging data among FACE components and emphasis on defining common language requirements for the standard.

About CERTON
Over the last decade, CERTON has established an identity of unparalleled safety-critical certification solutions in the aerospace, medical device, and transportation industries. CERTON has internally developed tools and exclusive technology designed to streamline approvals of safety-critical systems, software, and complex hardware. These competitive advantages allow CERTON to minimize the time-to-market of customer products while providing a Firm-Fixed Cost to its customers. CERTON provides expertise in all phases of systems, software, and complex hardware product design life cycles to support rapid approval of safety-critical customer products.

Contact CERTON today at sales(at)certon(dot)com or visit http://www.CERTON.com to see how we can reduce the overall cost of your safety-critical software or hardware approval.
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