Unmanned systems vulnerable to the enemy, which makes trusted computing a critical cyber design challenge
Reliable, secure communications becomes much more critical in unmanned systems. If communications are lost, the unmanned system may need to throttle back.
The tricky job of a consortium is getting a collection of companies, many of them direct competitors, to agree on the parts of a design that they will not compete on.
Until recently, the use of moving liquid to remove excess heat from embedded computing processors was considered an expensive and unreliable luxury, but escalating demand and maturing technologies finally are putting this technology within reach.
The company’s Aerospace Instrumentation group presented its system-level flight test instrumentation (FTI) to hundreds of delegates at this year’s show.
The SOSA consortium is driving industry for data recorders that can support 100 Gb Ethernet with encryption to support the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) ISR roadmap.
SOSA is one of four open system standards that was mentioned in association with the Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) memorandum signed by Air Force, Army and Navy officials in January.
Curtiss-Wright wins multiple Best in Show Awards at the event.
SOSA open-systems standard for embedded computing, sensor processing could be in final form by this summer
SOSA is to be an open-systems standard that relies on widely supported nonproprietary standards for key sensor and embedded computing interfaces.
The amount of data that needs to be processed in ISR applications is nearly endless and frequently comes from varying sources.
Newer on-vehicle integrated networks will be composed of heterogeneous networks in the form of software and equipment from multiple commercial vendors.