This white paper describes how modern AI technology can benefit the warfighter as embedded solutions at the network edge are deployed for military and aerospace platforms. Edge computing brings data storage and computation closer to where it's needed. For the modern battlefield, this...
Advancements in video system technology are helping warfighters quickly and easily assimilate mission-critical information and enhancing tactical situational awareness on the battlefield.
Knowing the precise location of threats and friendly forces is essential to increase warfighter survivability. Cooperative Electronic Support Measure Operations (CESMO) data gives NATO coalition forces this visibility.
One issue that fleet owners face for their older aircraft is obsolescence of avionics systems. This paper presents different strategies for addressing this growing problem, including replacement of obsolete line replaceable units (LRUs) using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products.
Hypersonic vehicles face highly challenging environmental conditions due to their high speeds. This white paper discusses these challenges and proposes how flight test instrumentation (FTI) can aid in overcoming them.
This white paper highlights the latest trends in network cybersecurity, addressing how modern standards, technology, and professional expertise can ensure network security when dealing with emerging threats and challenges.
This white paper is the third in the series of four related white papers on data-at-rest (DAR) and discusses the NSA program known as Type 1 encryption, which is a government off-the-shelf (GOTS) option.
This white paper explores the different cybersecurity solutions, tools, and processes available to protect sensitive data on avionics systems and establish secure communications on airborne commercial and military platforms.
Data-in-motion, also referred to as data-in-transit, is the digital information transferred between locations either within or between network computer systems.
This white paper looks at the early developments in electromagnetic theory and electronics (1800s to 1960s) and the modern era of electronics (1960s to present), and discusses the current technologies finding their way into modern transmitters.