U.S. Air Force researchers are ready to kick off a $33.6 million five-year sensor-fusion program to enhance the effectiveness of surveillance radar by blending-in electro-optical technologies like visible-light, infrared, multispectral, and hyperspectral sensors.
Aitech now offers a fanless, rugged GPGPU supercomputer that measures only 20 cubic inches, while providing 1 TFLOP of parallel processing. The self-contained, military grade A176 Cyclone redefines SFF power density by delivering 60 GFLOPs/W in a compact, low power HPEC. Learn more
Cyber security experts at the Lockheed Martin Corp. Missiles and Fire Control segment in Orlando, Fla., will continue their work in maintaining a key U.S. military training range that tests and validates cyber warfare technologies under terms of a $33.9 million order.
U.S. military microelectronics experts are choosing three small-business contractors for a potential $800 million 10-year program to fight the effects of electronics obsolescence and solve problems of unreliable, unmaintainable, under-performing, or incapable electronics hardware and software.
U.S. Navy shipboard weapons experts needed embedded computing for upgrading the Aegis weapon system for Navy cruisers and destroyers. They found their solution from Artesyn Embedded Technologies in Tempe, Ariz.
Missile experts at Orbital ATK will upgrade embedded computing components of the radar-killing AGM-88E Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile (AARGM) that equips the service's carrier-based fighter-bombers and electronic warfare jets.
Flight simulation experts at the L-3 Technologies Link Simulation & Training Division in Arlington, Texas, will upgrade the communications capabilities of 40 crew simulators designed to help unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) pilots practice their skills and perform mission rehearsal.
VadaTech Inc. in Henderson, Nev., is introducing the AMC241 36-by-36 crossbar switch in the Advanced Mezzanine Card (AMC) embedded computing form factor that enables designers to route any of the 20 lanes from the backplane to the front.
Elma Electronic Inc. in Fremont, Calif., is introducing the ComSys-5301 rugged version of its Cisco-enabled embedded computing system for ground vehicles, unmanned vehicles, drilling and mining operations, command centers, and other mission-critical applications.
VersaLogic Corp. in Tualatin, Ore., is introducing the rugged COM Express VL-EPU-4460 Condor high-performance embedded computer with trusted computing features and the Intel 6th generation Skylake Core processor for military and industrial applications.
Concurrent Technologies Inc. in Woburn, Mass., is introducing the XM 620/x01 Switch Mezzanine Card (XMC) for high-performance military and aerospace command and control embedded computing applications that need mission-sufficient storage capacity.
Commtact Ltd. in Yavne, Israel, is introducing the open-architecture Mini-Micro Data Link System (M2DLS) combined digital data link system for micro size platforms like unmanned vehicles, as well as sensors.