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OCTOBER 8, 2018 EMBEDDED HIGHLIGHTS

Lightening warfighter load: five suggestions to reduce injury and increase combat efficiency

Airbus uses advanced flight control in unprecedented drone swarm demonstration

U.S. cyber strategy focuses on China and Russia in a new shift to offensive cyber operations

Brain computer makes it possible to communicate telepathically with a drone swarm

This is the Army's new electronic warfare (EW) tactical vehicle, the first of its kind in years

FEATURED WEBCAST

The language of avionics: effectively transmit, process & monitor avionics data

 

THE BIG STORY

Northrop Grumman to enhance positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) for BACN command and control

Military communications experts at Northrop Grumman Corp. are providing satellite navigation capabilities for a major airborne battlefield communications system to enhance the system's positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT). 

EMBEDDED DESIGN TRENDS

Decomposing system security to prevent cyber attacks in trusted computing architectures

High-level security requirements in trusted computing systems can flown down to the system from several sources, such as a request for proposal (RFP) or from reference documents that provide system design guidance. The best approach for dealing with security requirements is to follow a framework that determines the design process, based on the necessary security levels. 

DISA asks industry for trusted computing ways of using artificial intelligence (AI) to detect malware

U.S. military trusted computing researchers are asking industry for news ways to apply artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to cyber security to detect malware and prevent it from infecting military computers and data networks. 

 

Navy searches for enabling technologies for new-generation sonobuoy to detect quiet enemy submarines

U.S. Navy researchers are asking industry for enabling technologies for a new advanced air-deployed passive sonobuoy able to detect, identify, and track new generations of extremely quiet enemy submarines.

 

Wanted: electro-optics companies able to build multispectral sensor for persistent surveillance

U.S. Army electro-optics researchers are surveying industry to find companies able to design a multispectral sensor from existing products for persistent surveillance to identify walking humans and vehicles at mid- to long ranges. 

DESIGN WINS

WOLF video graphics embedded computing modules help design windowless supersonic aircraft cockpit

Supersonic aircraft designers at the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) needed rugged video graphics embedded computing modules to help develop the NASA X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology (QueSST) aircraft. They found their solution from WOLF Advanced Technology in Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ontario.