The challenge with collecting large amounts of data at the tactical edge is that it is often transferred to off-site servers for processing and analysis and then archived on mixed media at different sites.
As we know, no electronic product or anything else for that matter, performs as described in introductory electronics textbooks in which all designs have ideal components.
Over the past decade, smart devices have impacted nearly every aspect of our day-to-day lives. But for the U.S. armed forces, this technology represents more than the power to use your phone to unlock a deadbolt or track a shipment
Interoperability is an important concept when looking to gain an advantage in executing compute processes through the hardware that is being used to build embedded systems.
Ever since the field of “Electromagnetic Compatibility” (EMC) became mainstream, its principles and methods are applied in order to ensure that electric and electronic equipment is performing as intended in its environment and is safe to use.
Silicon Designs, Inc., today announced the global market launch of its Model 2290 Series, a family of high-precision, single axis MEMS DC calibration reference accelerometers.
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Defense contractors like Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems, Honeywell, and L3, and their suppliers have found ESPEC's Qualmark technology to be an essential and cost-effective addition to their reliability programs.
Airborne pods are compact external electro-mechanical platforms that are attached to nearly any aircraft type yet operate independently. They hold intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance (ISTAR) systems that collect sensor data across long-range airborne missions, turning normal aircraft into warfighters.