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.
This white paper looks at how NetBoot brings new efficiencies, better security, and significant savings to teams that are tasked with maintaining software on embedded systems.
This white paper looks at how, as the performance of embedded systems and
sensors continues to grow, NGBASE-T provides a robust and cost-effective upgrade.
This white paper discusses the flight test community’s move to the C-Band spectrum, the current status, and how smoothly this transition is occurring.
This paper outlines how software from two formally separate businesses are being adapted to allow customers to take full advantage of the vast product portfolio from the combined product lines.
The VITA 47 standard defines a set of rigorous environmental, design and construction, safety, and quality requirements for plug-in COTS hardware that is intended for use in mobile defense and aerospace applications.
In this white paper, Nick Churchill and Stephen Willis look at how inbuilt functionally in Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorders can help reduce costs and lower overall weight and space requirements.
In this white paper, Paul Garnett will discuss how Video Management Solutions (VMS) and purpose built displays can help manage and visualize HD video.
In this white paper, Jacob Sealander discusses ways to reduce program risks and development time by eliminating embedded systems design risks such as interoperability issues.