Smaller launchers provide a lower cost way of getting newer, smaller satellites into orbit - we look at how ruggedized DAUs, used in aerospace flight test, can provide a low cost solution for some space mission systems.
Curtiss-Wright introduces a performance breakthrough in design of High Performance Embedded Computing for ISR applications
Rick Hearn and Paul Hart look at how to strengthen redundancy with dissimilarity and complex voting in order to meet DAL A requirements.
Paul Davis looks at how the new High Speed Recorder(HSR40) will enable capture of high speed ISR sensor data, storage and retrieval.
Paul Bundick looks at using configurable FPGAS for defense applications.
Alan Murphy looks at the range of aircraft monitoring programs which can detect structural failures, reducing unscheduled maintenance and costs.
Mike Southworth looks at the challenge of fitting all the mission electronics on-board a SWaP-constrained platform, while meeting reliability and schedule constraints.
David Jedynak looks at some of the technical challenges involved in developing effective and reliable Assured Position, Navigation and Timing (A-PNT) solutions.
Aaron Frank looks at how Mezzanine Processors can significantly boost an SBC’s processing power to meet demanding performance requirements.
Tammy Carter looks at how choosing the right parallelization technique helps to identify the best parallelization solutions for defense applications.