A New Era for Embedded Computing: Why Arm Processors Are Ideal for Defense, Aerospace, and Rugged Embedded Applications
Mike Slonosky and Mike Southworth look at why Arm processors are ideal for defense, aerospace, and rugged embedded applications providing unmatched performance.
The military and aerospace market maintains an insatiable appetite for smaller, lighter, and cheaper. Recent technological breakthroughs in SWaP-C reduction has yielded the introduction of USFF mission computer and networking systems.
The modern battlefield requires real-time information, voice communication, video and data to increase combat effectiveness and warfighter safety. This white paper looks at how rugged COTS displays can meet varied mission requirements.
This white paper looks at how using safety-certifiable AEH components, developed and tested to DO-254 and DO-160 standards, allows system integrators to jump-start development efforts for avionics systems reducing time and cost.
Defense and aerospace systems may be exposed to many security threats so every system needs the right level of protection to ensure that it cannot be hacked or expose sensitive information. This white paper examines how to protect critical platforms and data.
Embedded systems are increasingly connected to local and wide-area networks to share data and may be unable to complete mission-critical functions if connectivity is lost. This white paper takes a look at staying connected with high-availability embedded networking.
This white paper discusses how high performance GPGPUs combined with FPGA interface flexibility can provide increased programmability and versatility to a mission's video capabilities.
OpenVPX (VITA 65) has made the VPX architecture a preferred option for modules and subsystems engineered for defense industry applications. In this white paper, Marc Couture looks at how to optimize performance in OpenVPX architectures with Intel Xeon processors.
This white paper looks at how standards-based, pre-integrated, and prevalidated Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) building blocks can reduce program risk, expedite development-to-deployment, and create quality, affordable High-Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC) systems.
This white paper provides a concise primer on the current VPX ecosystem and how its various specifications can work together to architect a wide range of rugged high performance systems.