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Achieving Qualification for Rugged Military Environments

Jacob Sealander discusses the EMI/EMC requirements, thermal management and durability of electronics for aerospace and defense applications.

Data Storage

The CNS4: Scalable, Raw Data Storage for the Field

Matt Young considers the demands of manned and unmanned aerial, marine and land vehicles for military applications on their data storage needs.


The Importance of Engineering for System Integration

Paul Garnett discusses system integration considerations needed to adapt rugged mission computers to program-specific defense and aerospace applications.

Rugged Defense Electronics

Should Rugged Defense Electronics Patiently Wait in Line?

In this blog, we discuss the quality and reliability demands on rugged electronics used in defense programs.

Deployed Radar

Deploy Faster With 3U VPX Solutions

Jacob Sealander describes how 3U VPX COTS processing systems or line replaceable units can meet the demands for size, weight, power and cost optimized needs for aerospace and defense programs.

Airplane in Storm

One Crash Recorder to Rule Them All

Crash recorders or crash survivable flight data recorders help accident investigators discover the cause of an incident, but they can do much more.


Modified COTS for Mission Computers

In this blog we discuss the leveraging of COTS technology based on programmatic requirements through the use of Modified COTS.


Time for a Space "Perry Memo"

Back in 1994, a famous memo was issued by William Perry, at the time the U.S. Secretary of Defense, directing the department of defense to use COTS products where possible.