There is increasing demand for high-quality High Definition video for airborne applications such as Flight Test Instrumentation.
Cryptography is crucial for effective security in trusted computing: introduction to symmetric algorithms
Systems designers must employ the correct cryptography algorithms in their proper modes to secure secret or sensitive data in military trusted computing.
Paul Hart discusses the latest EASA regulations for cybersecurity and DO-326A Airworthiness Security Process Specifications.
Swati Ketkar @ MRO Business Today interviews Chris Thomson of Curtiss-Wright about how predictive maintenance is changing the world of avionics.
David Sheets discusses how cryptography is the foundation of trusted computing and future directions for cryptography in deployed embedded systems.
Mike Southworth talks about how a significant leap forward for designers of modern mission computers is Xeon-D's support for 10 GigE.
Andrew McCoubrey discusses how designers of rugged military and aerospace systems continue to look to the commercial world for networking technology.
As aircraft embedded systems grow in complexity and the aviation industry embraces hybrid electric power, new methods of cooling are emerging to resolve thermal management and overheating challenges.
Trends in Trusted Computing and Network Security in Aerospace and Defense Embedded Computing Applications
Andrew McCoubrey and David Sheets discuss network security in embedded computing for airborne networks.
Paul Davis looks at the Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) Program, the CSfC approval process and the benefits of being on the CSfC component list.